How can we transform the landscapes of Malaysian cities into green and sustainable neighbourhoods? Wan Azlina dissects the complex interplay of historical, economic, political, and cultural factors contributing to the scarcity of green spaces in Malaysian urban neighbourhoods.
From Amsterdam's playful Potgieterstraat to Barcelona's superblocks and Bristol's 'Playing Out' movement, Sudeshna Chatterjee is exploring how urban landscapes are transforming to be more child-friendly.
Mosul, once celebrated as Iraq's cultural and religious heart, faced significant devastation during the occupation by the militant group ISIS and the subsequent battle for liberation. Six years later, ancient landmarks and critical infrastructure are gradually being reconstructed.