What Does the Smart City of the Future Look Like?

What Does the Smart City of the Future Look Like?

An Atlantic piece by AgeLab director and Longevity Economy author Joseph Coughlin about age-ready cities is adapted by Blue Zones, which studies communities that encourage increased longevity and health for older adults.

Dr. Coughlin identifies four pillars necessary for an age-friendly city: Activities, Intensity, Density, and Accessibility. The livability of a city for older adults is not just about fulfilling needs, but supplying the variety of experiences that are necessary for a happy, vibrant, and meaningful life.

Read the full article here.

 

 

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