I’m participating in at a design charrette on “Framework for a Sustainable City Block” – with Urban Re:Vision & Rocky Mountain Institute – for the next two days.
Right now Laura Schewel, the “warm up” act from RMI is offering great animated versions of Amory Lovins‘ classic of systems thinking, “parachuting cats into Borneo” (I would have thought everybody knew the tale, but it drew gasps from the crown (as it always does), the Kalundborg industrial ecosystem evolution, tunneling through the cost barrier, and more.
I’ll be blogging and tweeting through the day as I can.


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