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Published on Apr 18, 2011
Can modern well-designed cities actually contribute to the common good?
Architect John Norquist lays out the case for compact, well-connected cities as a setting for economic growth, advancement of education, enrichment of culture, and environmental sustainability. High-density development, known as urbanism, is an important tool in combating sprawl and climate change and is key to achieving the critical mass that makes vital, walkable communities possible. http://forum.nd.edu/featured-events/c...
Notre Dame Forum: The Global Marketplace and the Common Good