Building better cities together

Our community of practice guides city leaders, technologists, urban planners and citizen-leaders as they develop more efficient, resilient and sustainable cities

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  • Cities

    Developing better strategies for making urban spaces more efficient and resilient will be key for the creation of self-sufficient cities.

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  • Corporations

    Member corporations facilitate access to lower cost and greater choice in building and deploying data-smart city solutions.

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  • Knowledge Institutions

    The way we describe and understand cities is being radically transformed. Cities need a different approach on urban design and planning to create new scale-free solutions.

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  • Nonprofit organizations

    We work with leaders from business, government, academia but also global nonprofit organizations, civil society, the media and the arts.

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Every city faces its own particular opportunities and threats and its own set of strengths and weaknesses. Because of this, no city can simply copy any other city’s path into the future. The challenge is how to identify commonalities clearly enough to allow cities to decide whom to partner with, so that shared problems can be tackled together.

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Supported by world leading companies and institutions

Society members are responsible for the governance, management of operations, and for setting up the strategies of the City Protocol global community.

  • ImexSystems Inc.
  • Genova
  • Quito
  • New York Academy of Sciences
  • Amsterdam
  • CISCO
  • Dublin
  • Microsoft
  • Schneider Electric

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News and events

  • Wearable IoT World Labs, first accelerator focused on the Internet of Things

    Wearable IoT World Labs is the world’s first accelerator focused on the Internet of Things, wearables, and emerging‐technology markets. The 15‐week program provides promising entrepreneurs the tools, technology, network access, mentorship, and investment opportunities needed to take products and innovations to market. Since their inception, they’ve worked with 80 companies wanting to build successful companies in the IoT and wearables […]

  • Kyiv Smart City Hub: A Place for the Smarter City

    We are glad to support the city of Kyiv, as a new CPS member, on this initiative! Kyiv public initiative has started a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to raise some funds for the creation of the Smart City Hub in Kyiv where the community of start-ups and developers could work on city services and applications. […]

  • City Protocol Academia

    City Protocol is delighted to be affiliated the Master’s Program in Leadership for Global Sustainable Cities offered at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. This innovative program of study focuses on developing a deep understanding of how cities work, and what tools and resources are necessary to re-design city systems, finance city transformation initiatives, and develop […]

  • London: First Circular Economy?

    By 2050 70% of the world’s population will live in cities. Can cities help to accelerate the adoption of the circular economy and what role can they have in influencing the key sectors and actors within their boundaries? London are part of an emerging movement within Europe as cities, regions, and governments are working out […]

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    Microsoft announces that it will support City Innovation by developing a “sandbox” following the City Anatomy and Livability protocols proposed by the City Protocol Society

    The City Protocol Society Collaboration Standards are adopted by Global Corporations. Microsoft has moved one step further by announcing at the Smart City Expo World Congress Barcelona that pledges its support to help develop and establish an Open Platform for City Anatomy & Livability development to help the CPS membership, city government, civil society, small business […]

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“Internet has changed our lives but it has not changed our cities, yet.”

The Self-Suficient City.