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City Space Season 1

How do we make our cities better? We’d all like them to run more efficiently, be more affordable to live in and collectively plan as smartly as possible for the continuing impacts of climate change — but how do we actually achieve those things? City Space is a new podcast from The Globe and Mail that seeks to answer those questions.

S1 Episode 0 Coming Soon: City Space

A new podcast from The Globe and Mail about how to make our cities better. Join host Adrian Lee over the course of six episodes as he speaks with global experts and those close to home as we learn what our cities are doing right and what we’re missing.

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Adrian Lee

Adrian Lee is an editor for The Globe and Mail’s opinion section, and a journalist whose varied interests have taken him on deep dives into hip-hop, AI, Canadian rock iconography, and toilet technology. He has lived in cities both big and small — Markham, Halifax, and Toronto, where he lives today — and has reported from places such as Maui, Hong Kong, and Sydney. He is the winner, with City Space producer Julia De Laurentiis Johnston, of a Digital Publishing Award for Maclean’s short-lived pop-culture podcast, The Thrill.

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