Rethinking Engagement in Cities: Ending the Professional vs. Citizen Divide

Cities are among humankind’s grandest and most complex creations. Even small urban communities represent the cumulative result of literally hundreds of thousands of public and private, individual and collective decisions over time. They are the playgrounds of spontaneity. Such an understanding of how cities come into being and evolve is hardly new. Nor are its … Continue reading Rethinking Engagement in Cities: Ending the Professional vs. Citizen Divide

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Space Farming: The Final Frontier

NASA looks to grow fresh veggies, 230 miles above the Earth By Jesse Hirsch on September 10, 2013 Photographs by Stephen Allen Last year, an astronaut named Don Pettit began an unusual writing project on NASA’s website. Called “Diary of a Space Zucchini,” the blog took the perspective of an actual zucchini plant on the … Continue reading Space Farming: The Final Frontier