After I spoke at the Rust Belt to Artist Belt conference in Detroit, a group from Wayne, Michigan decided to start a blog called “For the Love of Wayne.” The blog “lets local people share their personal stories about why they love Wayne.”
They write: This blog is a project of the Wayne Ripple Effect, a group of volunteer citizens dedicated to revitalization for the City of Wayne and was inspired by the book “For the Love of Cities” by Peter Kageyama.
I love it when ideas turn into action and they allowed me to do a guest post for the blog. Congratulations Wayne, Michigan and keep up the love!
Congratulations to Fort Collins for being recognized as a center for innovation. Very happy to have been a small part of this documentary about them!
According to the Smithsonian Institution, Fort Collins represents 21st century innovation, so much so that it is included in an ongoing exhibit in Washington...
Central Paris experimenting with no cars for a day!
Only electric-powered private vehicles will be allowed in historic city centre to persuade residents to tackle pollution
Walkable, bikable and golfable?
From the Atlanta suburbs to Palm Springs, golf carts and neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) are increasingly found off the links.
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