Marieke Snoek & Walther Ploos van Amstel – How to Win the Delivery Race | CityChangers in Conversation

Marieke Snoek and Walther Ploos van Amstel, Owner and CEO at Cycloon & Fietskoeriers, Zwolle, give an insight into city logistics and trends like cargo bikes, discussing urgent needs and hidden potentials in cities.

Yann Moszynski – How to Help People Get on Their Bikes | CityChangers in Conversation

Yann Moszynski, Co-Founder & Art-Director of Les Rookies, Paris, talks with us about urban mobility, cycling and getting started.

Anna Huttunen – How to Deal with the Difficult Ones | CityChangers in Conversation

Anna Huttunen, Project Manager of CitiCap, Lathi, Finland talks with us about urban mobility and how to communicate efficiently.

Livia Urban Swart Haaland – How to Beat Red Tape with a Vision | CityChangers in Conversation

Livia Urban Swart Haaland, Founder of ØsterGRO Rooftop Farm, Copenhagen, talks with us about urban farming, green roofs and beating bureaucracy.

David Belliard – How to Change the City, One Street at a Time | CityChangers in Conversation

David Belliard, Deputy Mayor for Mobility in Paris, shares with us his personal story and knowledge about urban mobility, cycling and diversity.

Maria Vassilakou – How to Get Change Projects Right | CityChangers in Conversation

Maria Vassilakou, Former Deputy Mayor of Vienna, talks with us about car-free cities, pedestrianization and stakeholder management, and take-aways from her time as vice mayor.

Jennifer Keesmaat – 3 Lessons in Community Building | CityChangers in Conversation

Learn from Jennifer Keesmaat, former Chief City Planner of Toronto, as she shares her three key lessons for building communities through revitalising neighbourhoods in Toronto.

Pepijn Duijvestein – How to Make an Impact with Co-Ownership | CityChangers in Conversation

Pepijn Duijvestein, Founder – New Economy B.V., Amsterdam, talks about ownership and affordability in the public space, and how new forms of governance can make all the difference for communities.

Dr. Orna Rosenfeld – Housing for All: Who Is Doing It Right & What You Need to Do | CityChangers in Conversation

Dr. Orna Rosenfeld, Global Advisor on Housing, Paris, talks about housing for all, research and activism.

Anni Sinnemäki – How to Play the Political Game (And Win) | CityChangers in Conversation

“It’s really nice to see that things get done, even the smaller things,” says Anni Sinnemäki, Deputy Mayor for Urban Environment in Helsinki. Listen to her advice when it comes to car-free cities, politics,...

Sofa Session #4: Bringing Your Vision to Life

Okay, so you’ve got a vision: now what? If you want to bring it to life and prevent it from ending up in some drawer, it needs to be widely shared! Your job is...

Unusual Homes from Around the Globe

If you think prefab houses are revolutionary, check this out! Homes produced by an advanced soft serve ice cream machine and houses floating thanks to an ancient Greek principle – these and other unusual...

The War on Cars: Getting the Car Out of Carbon Emissions

"The War on Cars is a new podcast about the epic, hundred years’ war between The Car and The City. We deliver news and commentary on the latest developments in the worldwide fight...

She Drives Mobility Meets Doug Gordon (the War on Cars)

Katja Diehl's podcast #SheDrivesMobility is "dedicated to the mobility transition, the path towards true choice-based mobility that makes the privately owned car replaceable by real alternatives as much as possible. I want everyone...

CityChanger Eugene Quinn: Opening a Dialogue Through Walking Tours

Eugene Quinn is a man of many professions: he’s an urbanist and a DJ, a fantastic storyteller, a creative mind, and above all, a passionate walker. Eugene created more than 60 walking tours in...

Eurotowns: Big Enough to Cope, Small Enough to Care

If you think that only big cities can substantially contribute to sustainability efforts, you couldn’t be further from the truth. A network of small- and medium-sized European cities shows you exactly what can be...

From Clogged to Car-Light: Giving the Streets Back to People in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is home to around 3 million citizens (more than 15 million if you count the Greater Buenos Aires area). How relevant is walkability for a city of that size? We spoke to...

Vienna Calling: A Story of Gender Equality, Funding Structures, and School Streets

For the 10th consecutive time, Vienna was named the world's most liveable city in the Mercer Rankings of 2020. But does that also mean that the city is particularly pedestrian-friendly? We talked to Petra...