The world population is increasing daily, and this increase occurs in cities. By 2050, it is predicted that urban areas will host 3/4 of the world's population. It is expected that the existing cities will not be able to carry this population load and therefore these cities will emerge in new areas, in unurbanized areas.

In this context, it is of great importance that the cities of tomorrow, which will host a significant part of the world's population, are resilient to possible hazards. Understanding the risks that will arise in the future is possible by predicting how the natural environment and hazards, the urban fabric and the social environment will evolve.

In this context, the Tomorrow's Cities project aims to lay the foundations of an urban planning practice in which multiple hazards are taken into account, including the priorities and needs of all disadvantaged community groups, especially the poor, in the cities that will emerge in the future.