Join us on Twitter for #citytalk – our tweetchat series exploring issues and trends affecting cities around the world. Founded by Joe Peach of This Big City and Rashiq Fataar of Future Cape Town, #citytalk is just like any other discussion about sustainable cities, except it happens on Twitter!
If you’re already a Twitter user, login to follow the #citytalk hashtag and make sure to include it in your tweets if you want to join in. If you aren’t on Twitter, sign up here to join the discussion or follow without joining Twitter by clicking this link.
#citytalk started in January 2012, and since then we’ve hosted over 30 chats with 15 co-hosts and countless members of the TBC and FCT teams. And we reached over 20 million people in the process. We used to host #citytalk every month, but in our ‘old age’ we do it more on a more ad-hoc basis. Follow the tag on Twitter or add the #citytalk Google Calendar to automatically include our schedule in your diary. We’ll make sure you don’t miss out!
If you’ve got any ideas for a future #citytalk tweetchat, we’d love to hear them! Get in touch with Alejandro Echeverria on aen [at] thisbigcity [dot] net.
#citytalk so far: Urban Agriculture / Participation in Planning / Mega Events / Film and the City / Temporary Cities / Art and the City / City Hype / Liveable Cities / Startup Cities / Fixing Transport / Failed Cities / Designing Better Cities / Building Resilient Cities / Transforming Cities with Transit / Sustainable Street Design / Sustainable Business / Building Reuse / Recession Cities / Food and the City / Apocalypse Urbanism / How Cities Move / Sustainable Communities / Accessible Cities / Olympic Cities / The Digital City / Jobs, Energy and Sustainable Cities / Future Cities / Cycling Cities / Urban Identity / The Changing Face of Housing / The Economics of Sustainable Cities