Making cities emotionally intelligent places

By Chris Murray | 02 July 2019

The global rise in urban living poses many challenges for municipal governance: climate, air quality, cohesion and inequality are but a few. 

Yet poor levels of urban mental health – sometimes twice as bad as non-urban - are a hidden issue of deep concern, and whilst cities can create a kind of psychological robustness, they can also have impacts on emotional health.

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