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• The majority of megacities in the world will be located on the coast and at risk from climate change. • The developing world’s megacities will dominate the population. • More than million people, equivalent to nearly half the population of the USA today, will live in China’s megacities by Sustainability , 7 to be able to manage their rapidly growing populations . The authors argue that medium-sized cities in the developing world can offer greater potential for more sustainable transformations than megacities. Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital is one of the world’s fastest growing megacities, but many are breathing polluted air. This report estimates that in , air pollution caused more t premature deaths in Lagos. A focus on smaller developing cities (i.e., with fewer than one million inhabitants) is important in current urban sustainability discourses since nearly half of the world’s billion urban dwellers reside in relatively urban settlements with fewer than , inhabitants, while only around one in eight live in the 28 megacities of