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There is a growing interest in using GIS technology to visualize successful transformation of our cities. What can expanding the formal indicators we use to measure the health/vibrancy of our cities can teach us?

There is a growing interest in using GIS technology to visualize successful transformation of our cities. What can expanding the formal indicators we use to measure the health/vibrancy of our cities can teach us?

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Love this! Check out the work of The AjA Project. They do participatory photography with refugee youth in the U.S., Burma, and Colombia and often do exhibitions similar to what you've describe in your concept. http://www.ajaproject.org

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Alicia commented on Made In Our Streets Label (MIOS)

I like this and think it's very reasonable to think that you could harness the momentum of the green/reuse movement to make this project successful. And I love the presentation of your ideas. Thanks!

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Alicia commented on Community Buy-In and Working Together

Interesting way to break down what keeps good intentions from reaching follow-through and realization, Tyler. Michelle, I like the way you translate this to a systems level. Do you think that modeling and sharing successes, even if they are from different or far-away communities, could be a positive influence on helping people trust moretrust that their effort can make a different?