We’re all in the same boat

Bob Miller, Planner (ret.) from the City of Calgary, Canada on what can be learned from differing urban contexts.

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2 Responses to We’re all in the same boat

  1. Guilherme Fragomeni says:

    You said it Bob, we are all in the same boat!
    Ok…globalization is not new and the idea that environmental issues know no borders is also quite consolidated…but still, I think many people are not aware of the importance of creating this international bonds and learning how to communicate with different cultures.
    We are all in the same boat, we need to work togheter, we need to give and take lessons learned, we must support networks like the ICSC!
    Was very nice to meet you…too bad you had to leave in a hurry, take care in Calgary and lets keep in touch!

  2. Dytecture says:

    As we are in the digital age and information are easily shared, lets hope developing countries will not make the same mistakes the developed countries made.

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