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One thing you'd change in your city

By Jenny Soffel, for CNN
updated 9:31 AM EDT, Tue August 20, 2013

"The City" is a CNN special series that profiles the sustainable urban future of five cities over five days. Watch the show every day during our special theme week starting Monday, Aug 19 on "World Business Today" at 1300 GMT and "Connect The World" at 2000 GMT.

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