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Placemaking and Cultural Literacy

Why governments need to educate their communities on differences in lifestyles, customs, and heritage

False Creek Seawall, Vancouver. Photo Keekerbird

When the Fab Five launched the hit Netflix makeover series Queer Eye in 2018, they did so with a singular goal in mind: to normalize themselves to a broad swath of people in Georgia — a US state struggling with contentious issues around…




Urban perspectives on envisioning future-proof cities — planning, placemaking, and social enterprise — Vancouver Canada

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David Laulainen

David Laulainen

I write about how small achievable changes to everyday habits can have bigger global impact. Stories: medium.com/oh-brother

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