The Cities & Infrastructure Programme, part of the £1.5bn Global Challenges Research Fund, was launched by the British Academy on behalf of all the National Academies. Proposals from UK-based researchers across all academic disciplines were invited to develop and lead an interdisciplinary, problem-focused research programme that addresses the challenge of creating and maintaining sustainable and resilient cities in developing countries, recognising the need to interweave mitigation and adaptation. The Cities and Infrastructure programme funds seventeen projects that will produce policy-informing evidence and interventions aimed at improving people’s lives in fragile, conflict-affected states or in developing countries.
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