What is it about?
The present paper aims to do a parallel between the city of New York and Sao Paulo, which are cities that, in a comparative model, have many differences when it comes to the application of the concepts of smart cities and the objectives of the 2030 Agenda
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Why is it important?
A Smart city refers to the idea of safety, modern means of transport with reduction or neutralization in the emission of greenhouse gases, greater locomotive technology, economy, social cohesion, use of renewable energy methods, and greater contact of human beings with nature, as exposed in the IESE Cities in Motion Index 2020 and that can be applied by the cities in the world. The article presents ways to implement the concept of a Smart City and that could help not only the researchers on that subject but also politicians who want to improve their cities
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This page is a summary of: The Role of Nudges as Behavioral Regulation Tools for Smart Cities: A Comparative Perspective on New York and Sao Paulo, Environmental Policy and Law, July 2022, IOS Press, DOI: 10.3233/epl-210118.
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