Overcoming “the false dichotomies that divide us”

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Urban planner, architect, city builder and author Ken Greenberg argues it’s possible for cities to grow greener while getting denser, and become more prosperous while getting less polarized. He proposes that if we could see the big picture – if we could see how things are connected – we could overcome many of the false dichotomies that divide us.

No matter whether you live in the north, south, east, west, or centre of Guelph – the Guelph Urban Design Summit has something for you. It’s all about how good urban design can create a better, more liveable city for everyone.

There is an evening public forum and a separate all-day workshop for urban planning professionals. Information and online registration details can be found here. I hope to see you there!

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An unwavering change maker seeking a just, democratic and sustainable world.

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