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Elements of a thrivable city

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A thrivable city means a city which is not only sustainable, which has:

  • A minimal negative environmental impact, or even a positive impact.
  • A high quality of life, peaceful, lush and pleasant, with an active community.

Thrivability is a new word, used to capture this idea of sustainability and positive impact not through sacrifice, but at the same time as living larger, more abundantly.


How do we achieve this, a sustainable city with a wonderful quality of life?



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