Throughout 2021, with the valuable collaboration of our Researchers and Legal Movers, we have produced and disseminated knowledge on the topic that has been our focus throughout this first three year-period of 2021-2023 – “The Cities of the Future” –which is divided into six different subtopics, notably Regulatory Policies on Climate, Energy and Environment Sustainability; Public Governance; Mobility, Automation & the City of the Future; Health & Wellbeing; and Platforms, E-Commerce & Digital Contracts. We celebrate such knowledge by sharing this compilation of all the Insights released by WhatNext.Law in 2021, which we are very pleased to share with you.


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