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by James A. Bacon One of the arguments driving the transportation-funding debate this spring was the factoid that Northern Virginia is one of the most congested regions of the country, if not the most congested region. The genesis of this … Continue reading
by James A. Bacon A global revolution in the design and management of cities is gaining momentum. The rapid evolution of sensors, analytics and automation technologies is creating once-in-a-generation opportunities to drive down the cost of infrastructure and public services … Continue reading
by James A. Bacon It’s probably not fair comparing the public art and architecture of Virginia cities, none of which are much more than 200 years old, with Barcelona, whose history stretches back 2,000 years. But I’m going to do … Continue reading
by James A. Bacon If you live on Carrer de Girona in Barcelona, as my family and I have for the past few days, and you have a sudden craving for a green pepper, a bottled water, a Filipinos chocolate … Continue reading
by James A. Bacon The city planners of Barcelona, as I pointed out in my previous post, pay great attention to the details of street design. In contrast to the United States, where planners and traffic engineers design streets to … Continue reading
by James A. Bacon I have spent barely one day in the city of Barcelona and I can tell you three things that I dislike: the ubiquitous graffiti, the giant, ungainly recycling bins at many street corners, and the faint … Continue reading
!! AARRRGH !! Oh, the frustration! As Peter Galuszka has noted, EMR has not posted much at BRB of late. This is NOT just due to travel, holidays, snow or even the process of aging. At SYNERGY there are a … Continue reading
DEGROWTH – SHRINKING TO SURVIVE THEN PROSPER (Ed Note: Thanks to a number of constructive comments here is a better version.) DeGrowth is a resurgent survival strategy for contemporary civilization: Step One: The footprint of human consumption must shrink so … Continue reading
DeGrowth – Shrinking to Survive THEN Prosper DeGrowth is a resurgent survival strategy for contemporary civilization. First, the consumption footprint must shrink so that most do not have to perish for a few to survive. THEN DeGrowth advocates movement to … Continue reading