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In 2012, Vancouver BC set a lofty transportation goal—for people to make more than 50% of their trips in the city by foot, bicycle, and public transit by 2020. In 2015, the city had already met its target.
“The job of a mayor is not to guarantee the prosperity of the current generation, but the next generation.”
Restoring contact between government and its citizens.
“A resilient food system starts with a resilient seed system.”
An open approach to design and production will allow for the biggest teams possible to create solutions in as little time as possible.
As “death star platforms” such as Airbnb and Uber continue their pursuit of global domination, an alternative is rising in its wake.
“We’re part of something so much larger than ourselves.”
Collaborative enterprise to address city’s pressing problems is first of its kind in the US.
The California Local Economies Securities Act is currently being considered in the 2016 legislative session. Get involved.