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The watcher is a reminder that humans will only progress if and when they strive to understand what it is they are doing, and when they ask themselves why they are doing it.

book 2/2, travelling, Otaon

Rethinking towns and cities

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What does rethinking towns & cities mean?

It means to pick an issue in relation with a town and city, think about it, find critical points, and come up with potential alternatives.

Why should I do a rethink about towns & cities?

If you don’t, others will. If you do, you might come across something that is promising for you and for others.

What’s in it for me?

Potentially: health, happiness, contentment and your survival.

What about towns and cities needs a rethink?

Not everything needs a rethink, but I haven’t found a single issue that couldn’t do with a rethink.

What now?

Take a look at Rethinking, How is it done?, or at the rethinking posts published on this website. Or pick an issue that could do with a rethink and take it for a stroll.

Rethinking towns and cities

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businesses in town

cars in town

community

concrete, tar, building materials

education

energy supply

facades

food and farming

forests and forest life

foundation vs floating

gardens & libraries

high rises

streets (above the ground)

houses & housing

lawns

lights

coming next: pavements

police

priorities for towns & cities

property

public toilets

size of a town

streets

tourism

transport

trees

villages

waste

water

work places

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