For this second report, I selected again one local, one German-wide, and one global initiative. One of these initiatives is “dead”, find out why! Velogistics: a map for sharing cargo bikes (global) Velogistics is a simple map interface that allows you to find a cargo bike around where you live. With almost 200 bikes registered across […]Read more "Field report #2: Maps to find DIY coops, share cargo bikes, and revitalize brown fields"
Because it deals with socio-ecological systems, achieving urban sustainability is complex. Not only there are no one-size-fits-all, but the scope of social and institutional change required to actually address the challenge of making cities truly sustainable for all disqualifies top-down, command-and-control system. Research is increasingly showing that polycentric and adaptive governance systems that are capable […]Read more "Digital commons for an urban transition towards sustainability"