Building sustainable urban futures, one citizen at a time

Discover how Worldview is shaping the next generation of leaders and citizen participants to create a sustainable urban future

Liveable, Lovable Cities of Tomorrow

Today, Citizens and especially students & youth are at the forefront of our efforts to transform our cities into socially & ecologically sustainable centres of life. It is essential that students are prepared for this future. With a variety of programs catering to audiences of all ages, Worldview helps concerned citizens gain a foundational understanding of what it takes to create sustainable cities. Our continually evolving programs include physical immersions as well as 'phygital' learning experiences that seamlessly combine digital & physical engagements.

With exhaustive course material and engaging application avenues, every participant gains a multidimensional understanding of one of the defining topics of their lifetime.  

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Sustainable Urban Futures

Program videos and recordings from our live engagements for an insight into the latest updates in the space

Singapore as a Destination Classroom- FutureSake in association with NUS-SCALE
Sustainability meets Strategy- Live with Urban Innovation Vienna

"The program addresses all the aspects which should be taken into consideration when it comes to being green and environment friendly. Each and every child will be a messenger, spreading awareness about sustainability"

Kanchan Joshi
Principal,
Cygnus World School, Vadodara

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"The program addresses all the aspects which should be taken into consideration when it comes to being green and environment friendly. Each and every child will be a messenger, spreading awareness about sustainability"

Kanchan Joshi
Principal,
Cygnus World School, Vadodara

Blogs & Media Articles

How can Gen-Z participate in building sustainable cities?

Urbanization is one of the biggest challenges that India faces today. As an increasing number of migrants in search of opportunities move to cities, the pressure of this increasing populace is mounting on our cities.

Bringing urban planning to school children

By the year 2020, Gen Z will be all set to take over the world. When they face challenges in their paths, will they able to convert them into opportunities? They need better roads, upgraded transport facilities, well connected cities, etc.

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