Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Urban planning is a valuable lever for city leaders to achieve sustainable development. It helps them formulate medium and long-term objectives that reconcile a collective vision with a rational organisation of resources to achieve it.
Planning helps make the most out of municipal budgets by informing infrastructure and services investments, balancing demands for growth with the need to protect the environment. It distributes economic development within a given territory to reach social objectives, and creates a framework for collaboration between local governments, the private sector and the public at large.
Urban planning It is a framework that helps leaders transform vision into implementation, using space as a key resource for development and engaging stakeholders along the way.
We need to drastically change the way we produce and eat food
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