E-residency – the way forward for digital nomads?

Large numbers of workers around the world are now self-identified or de facto digital nomads. That is, they work across national boundaries, with clients in multiple countries. Their own geographical location does not affect either what they do, or their client list. Like the big multinational companies, these individuals and small companies trade and operate

Stockholm’s climate-positive journey

Never mind climate- or carbon-neutral, Stockholm is going climate-positive. The city’s mayor and government have set an ambitious target: Stockholm should be free of fossil fuels by 2040. But what can the rest of us learn from Stockholm’s journey? Here are ten takeaways. The journey towards being climate positive is a long one – It requires

Smart City Berlin: a hub for innovation

Berlin has embraced ‘smart’ in a big way. Starting from the idea that open data is vital to driving and supporting innovation, the city has now truly earned the title ‘smart city’. Berlin aspires to being a “laboratory for 21st century urban living”, and young people from across Europe are flocking there, away from traditional

The safest cities in the world

What is the safest city in the world in which to live? According to a report from the Economist Intelligence Unit, it is Tokyo, also the world’s most populous city. But how has the Unit assessed safety, and on what basis does it make this assessment? The basis for the assessment The safety index is