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  • Driven into Poverty: Walkable urbanism and the suburbanization of poverty

    The burdens of sprawl weigh heaviest on the poor...more and more of America’s low-income individuals now live in suburbs (or are being pushed there), a phenomenon the Brookings Institute has called “the suburbanization of poverty”. There are many reasons suburbs make the experienc › More

    • 14.03.2013
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  • Charles Landry's Creative City Index

    Charles Landry and Jonathan Hyams have developed the Creative City Index. This strategic tool assesses and measures the imaginative pulse of cities...help your city to discover how creative it is... Read more. › More

    • 14.03.2013
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  • The Humble Public Bench Gets a Dramatic Makeover

    The public bench has long been a mediator between cities and their citizens. The basic park bench could in any city be both infinitely re-imagined and locally distinct. Read more.   › More

    • 14.03.2013
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  • Aspen Institute Prague

    On Tuesday, March 12, we are organizing a working meeting on Creative Cities and Public Diplomacy. During the meeting Michal Němec from the Prague City Hall will present results from the brand new study on economic benefits of creative industries for Prague. You can take a look at the study under › More

    • 10.03.2013
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