Why Circular Seattle? Why Georgetown? And what's with the /G\?
It would be easy to say while proposing this idea for a Global World Fair Event that Seattle has become a hot-bed for innovation when all around us is the evidence of the new world collapsing the old. The struggle between what once was and what wants to be is in flux. To help guide us along this journey towards re-imagining our built environment lets take a moment to reflect upon two of the worlds greatest (Re)mission statements:
“Make the world work, for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation, without ecological offense or the disadvantage of anyone.”
One of the biggest challenges we face in the age of climate change and projected sea-level rise is the restoration of the landscapes most vulnerable to the effects of a changing climate through planned retreat, rapid de-industrialization, and the remediation of toxic soil.
This is a politically-charged topic.
I keep imagining the game:
Parks over Ports—Transforming Trade Routes into Tourist Traps
TO BE CONTINUED...