Bridges are, by design, meant to bring people together. All we have to do is let them.
Articles: building resilient communities (190)
In the hour before the city council hearing began on the proposition to ban all new and expanded fossil fuel infrastructure in Portland, roughly 200 people waited inside city hall for the hearing to begin.
Shutting down borders and blaming Muslim immigrants for the Paris attacks would give ISIS precisely the type of “civilizational conflict” it craves.
One small step each day over 10 years adds up to a whole lot of change. One small step of mine added to one small step of yours -- now we're talking.
In average, the production of a car causes as many emissions as its (petrol-fuelled) usage over the whole lifetime.
If offensive Halloween costumes and throwaway holiday coffee cups can generate this much discord and animosity, what happens when Americans are faced with far more complex and challenging situations?
With fewer than three weeks to go until the start of COP21, the UN’s climate negotiations in Paris, a question arises: Will this gathering make the slightest difference?
“If you’re not building social capital in the community where you’re working, you’re not Placemaking; you’re just reorganizing the furniture.”
To understand the rise of religious fundamentalism and ethnic conflict we need to look at the deep impacts of the global consumer culture on living cultures across the planet. Doing so allows us to better understand ISIS and similar groups, and see a way forward that lessens violence on all sides.
A Brussels neighbourhood experiencing the daily impacts of being a red light district responds by creating a new food garden!