-Vice-president of the HafenCity University, Department of Research
-Head of the Department of Urban, Regional and Environmental Planning
-Professor for Urban Planning and Regional Development
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Hamburg has a population of 1.77 million people with an area of 292 square miles (755 square km) with a GDP Per Capita of $55,364.27.
In 2011 Hamburg was named the European Green City of the year
By Rajeshni Naidu-Ghelani Published: December 11, 2012 Can there be a city that is crime and pollution free, with excellent public transport and great schools to boast? Human resources consulting firm Mercer has put together a list of cities that come closest to offering you all that. In its 2012 Quality of Living report it looks at living conditions in 221 cities worldwide and ranks them against New York as a base city in 10 categories – economy, socio-cultural environment, politics, education, and healthcare. Cities in...read more
Published: December 4, 2012 When it comes to the city with the highest quality of living in the world, Vienna is tops. That is according to a survey by Mercer, a global consulting firm, released Tuesday that ranks cities all over the world on the basis of quality of living. The Austrian city is number one followed by Zurich (2), Auckland (3), Munich (4) and Vancouver (5). In fact, Europe has 15 cities out of the 25 in the world when it comes to high standard of living. The cities with the lowest quality of living, says Mercer,...read more