A year and a half ago a project not more than ¼ mile from my home in Seven Sisters, London, caught my attention. It was the repurposing of 10 privately owned water reservoirs into urban #wetlands, and so intrigued me that it became the topic of my Master’s dissertation....
How people can safely secure land property via #Blockchain in a risky environment In Ghana there are a host of problems involved with attempting to secure property. The slow bureaucratic process of registering your property – two years on average – can see someone unexpectedly claiming your land before...
From Big to Small Our cities and towns are failing us. Once thought of as wellsprings of opportunity, they are not generating sustainable livelihoods, thriving community, equitable access to resources, and healthy living environments for all their inhabitants. As cities have grown, so too have a web of challenges. This includes...
How London’s new mayor can learn from the capital’s housing crisis Boris Johnson’s reign is over. The Artful Bodger has cleaned out his desk and is moving on the bigger and better things, maybe? As Mayor for London, he presided over the rise and rise of the capital’s biggest...
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