The magazine KPMG Insight is published every six months. It highlights local, regional, and global perspectives on key issues and challenges in the global infrastructure sector. In this 11th edition of Insight Magazine we’ve blurred the boundaries to examine the different types of connections we should be making today, for the citizens of tomorrow.
In this edition, we explore how the New South Wales (NSW) government is applying innovative new models of urban planning and partnerships to create connected ‘30-minute cities’ within the sprawling metropolis of Greater Sidney; we sit down with Parag Khanna, leading global strategist, best-selling author and one of the World Economic Forum's Young Global Leaders, to learn more about his vision of `connectography' and its influence on infrastructure; we even offer a futuristic view of what it might take to connect to a Mars colony.
We believe the following articles, insights and interviews from KPMG professionals and industry experts will help our clients start to shift their perspectives on what ‘traditional’ infrastructure means in a connected world.
Highlighted examples of articles in the latest KPMG Insight on infrastructure:
Creating urban connectivity: A citizen approach
Connectography: A new lens on infrastructure
Interplanetary connectivity: Building on Mars
KPMG P/S, Dampfærgevej 28, 2100 København Ø, Tel: +45 7070 7760, CVR no. 25578198
KPMG Acor Tax P/S, Tuborg Havnevej 18, 2900 Hellerup, Tel: +45 3945 1700, CVR no. 34082200
© 2021 KPMG P/S and KPMG Acor Tax P/S, both entities being Danish limited liability partnerships and member firms of the KPMG global organisation of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Limited, a private English company limited by guarantee. All rights reserved.
For more details about the structure of the KPMG global organisation please visit https://home.kpmg/governance.