When the city of Boston gave teenagers the power to allocate a million dollars a year on urban improvements, there was skepticism – not just from officials, but from youth who assumed they’d be ignored.
The White House Convening on Rural Placemaking will bring together federal, state and local public sector officials, national non-profit organizations, foundations, and individuals to discuss how federal, state, and philanthropic entities can...
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RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Arts professionals from throughout San Bernardino County and surrounding areas will convene at the 2015 Arts Connection Conference, “Arts Creating Community,” on Sept. 26, from 9 a.m.
Profiles in Civic Innovation is our series capturing the stories of creative and visionary leaders that are implementing grass-roots efforts at the forefront of the government innovation landscape. In this edition read about Dan Jackson and Jules Sievert, leaders of the NuLawLab, an interdisciplinary innovation laboratory at Northeastern University that undertakes applied design projects, including the development of the NuLawMaps platform, and other emerging technologies. This profile explores their vision for imagining, designing, testing, and implementing pioneering approaches to legal empowerment for communities across the globe and the role that student innovators are playing to drive this mission forward.
Scotland tries to become one of the first countries to run solely on renewable energy, the question of what to do with the country’s abandoned mining infrastructure offers a unique challenge to landscape architects. In one Scottish village, Sanquhar, the answer is to transform a former coal mine into a 55-acre work of land art. Conjuring images of Stonehenge, the art work, which opened July 10, was built from materials found on-site, including 2,000 boulders half-buried below ground.
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