New Humanity Movement

Social Communication

follashareableWe often forget that our cities are living, breathing organisms that are constantly being changed to reflect the needs and demands of its citizens. In essence, we live in a Sim City – a city that is being built and maintained and developed constantly. Perhaps we can reengage citizens by creating an experience that reflects that.

From crowdsourcing art projects and city clean up initiatives, or even decisions on city spending and where to locate services,  if we can make platforms that allow people to engage in a fun and participatory way that can show them real time results, we might have a great formula for a new form of civic engagement.

Click here to read the article by Milicent Johnson from Shareable cities.

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