Building The Future

Future Cape Town and This Big City are running a nice and regular discussion round over at Twitter called CityTalk:
#CityTalk is a monthly series of tweetchats, discussing urban issues and trends affecting cities around the world. Launched in January 2012, the debates and conversations often reach 30,000 people or more.
This time the discussion is focused on social sustainability and the question of factors, which influence the quality of people’s lives. Whether it is about relationships and their connection to fulfilness and contribution to a better social environment or about safety issues and the ability to influence local areas. The talk will take place on thursday September 27th at 7PM BST/8PM CET+SAST/2PM EDT. Participating is easy: Just follow the #CityTalk Tag on Twitter and contribute your ideas.
Further readings:This Big City - Social Sustainability and Sustainable Communities: Introducing Our Next #citytalkFuture Cape Town - Building socially sustainable communities for the future
(Image by Felix Dorner is released under CC BY-SA 3.0)

Future Cape Town and This Big City are running a nice and regular discussion round over at Twitter called CityTalk:

#CityTalk is a monthly series of tweetchats, discussing urban issues and trends affecting cities around the world. Launched in January 2012, the debates and conversations often reach 30,000 people or more.

This time the discussion is focused on social sustainability and the question of factors, which influence the quality of people’s lives. Whether it is about relationships and their connection to fulfilness and contribution to a better social environment or about safety issues and the ability to influence local areas. The talk will take place on thursday September 27th at 7PM BST/8PM CET+SAST/2PM EDT. Participating is easy: Just follow the #CityTalk Tag on Twitter and contribute your ideas.

Further readings:
This Big City - Social Sustainability and Sustainable Communities: Introducing Our Next #citytalk
Future Cape Town - Building socially sustainable communities for the future

(Image by Felix Dorner is released under CC BY-SA 3.0)