Carlos Moedas on transforming the Portuguese capital into an entrepreneurship center in the face of the national political crisis.
Famous for its golden sunsets and cobblestone streets, Lisbon is rich in history and resilience.
It has survived earthquakes and political and economic turmoil, cultivating a strong spirit.
Currently, the city is struggling with problems such as gentrification, housing crisis and climate threats.
As Portugal’s capital transforms into a leading technology and remote work hub, it faces the challenge of equally sharing financial benefits among its citizens.
With political upheaval in Portugal, including the resignation of Prime Minister Antonio Costa amid corruption investigations, how could these national events impact Lisbon’s transformation?
Lisbon Mayor Carlos Moedas talks to Al Jazeera.