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A novel water treatment device that automatically chlorinates public water taps has helped to significantly reduce child diarrhoea rates in two urban districts of Bangladesh. With access to clean water still a huge problem in deprived neighbourhoods globally, more than 1,000 children were involved in an initiative which took place in two city areas over a 14-month period, according to a...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

What happens when kids help design our cities

An innovative program in Colorado incorporates children’s ideas into city planning for friendlier, greener, and more inclusive spaces. What would cities look like if children had a say in their design? They would certainly be friendlier,...Read more
|Comment|author: Jill Suttie

Taking positive psychology into the classroom

It’s early morning at Heathmont College, a government high school in Melbourne’s sprawling eastern suburbs. Students are not in their individual year groups but spread across the campus in various classrooms, years seven to 12...Read more
|Comment|author: Anders Furz

Sustainability 3.0 – i.e. what is placemaking

In June about 400 placemakers met in Valencia for Placemaking Week Europe 2019. Placemaking Week Europe is Europe’s biggest conference and festival celebrating the impact of placemaking on the urban fabric. In this article, Beata Patuszyńska...Read more
|Comment|author: Beata Patuszyńska