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How do we age in our cities?
Monocle’s The Urbanist podcast explores urban aging
Cycling Without Age
Zero to One Hundred – Planning for an Aging Population
- Updated Inspiration
In this episode, Monocle podcast The Urbanist explores how prepared our urban environments are to receive an increasingly aging society. Host Andrew Tuck discusses a range of issues, from an architect’s solution to the global ageing crisis and designing “age-friendly” cities, to more specific cases like Tokyo’s relationship with its senior citizens, Helsinki’s new project to pair up young and old, and Florida’s designated department for managing the largest elderly population in the US.