Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Call it post-planning, planning 2.0, or maybe un-planning. And the crazy thing is, this revolt against traditional approaches to planning is being conducted by planners themselves…there was the sense—quite refreshing in its honesty—that despite the grand efforts, planning wasn’t really paying off. Global urbanization carries multiple complexities, with loads of unintended consequences and unanticipated outcomes, whether in Cleveland or London or Bogota. If the future is not linear, planning in a linear fashion is the equivalent of banging one’s head against the drafting table.
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