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October 7, 2021 55 min

What might the city of the future look like, and how might it meet the needs of future generations while limiting damage to our planet's fragile ecosystem? This is the central question of a new book by author, journalist and Scotsman, Alan Griffiths. His book is called “The Future City” -  and is an insightful introduction to the most exciting ideas in urban building and development. It highlights 40 revolutionary projects that address crucial issues in design planning for cities of the future. “The Future City” will be available in stores as of Monday, October 11, and is currently available for order online (link below). After hearing our incredibly hopeful conversation today, we're sure you’ll be running to pick it up!

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Where to find Alyn

  • Website - www.alyngriffiths.com
  • Instagram - www.instagram.com/alyngriffiths
  • The Future City - https://www.amazon.com/Future-City-Visionary-Architecture-Design/dp/9401478589
  • Other notes

  • Support New Zealand Indigenous youth leader and activist, India Logan Riley, in ringing Indigenous youth to COP26 by making a PayPal donation to Indigenousyouthcop26@gmail.com
  • Share other projects worthy of listener support by emailing - bonnie@earthregarded.com
  • 101 Ways Blog - www.savetheplanetpodcast.com/categories


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