In the UK, Extinction Rebellion’s third demand is that government must create and be led by the decisions of a citizens’ assembly on climate and ecological justice.
The small Costa Rican city’s strategic vision is using bees, butterflies, bats, and hummingbirds to improve the quality of life of its citizens.
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The Ingestre Orangery is a Grade II listed building in the Staffordshire village of Ingestre that dates back to 1840.
Every Sunday, the Colombian capital turns over its major streets to cyclists, pedestrians, and sporting events. This 45-year old city-wide program, promotes physical activity, healthy living, and an improved social environment.
ENOUGH: The Architecture of Degrowth.
Around the world campaigners, cities, and governments are declaring a state of emergency in response to accelerating global warming.
Practice for Architecture and Urbanism believe that design can tangibly improve cities, as long as it strives to make a social impact, and resists becoming a service for only the wealthy.
In 25 years, the capital of Rwanda has gone from a city of genocide, to a city where the wellbeing of citizens is valued
“An invisible thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, and circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle. But it will never break.” Miguel de la Torre