There have been many attempts to define the components that together make up places that support people and the environment.
How to align the interests of private and public sectors with the aspirations and needs of local citizens, businesses and communities.
Governments urged to consider sustainable return on investment as the push for economic growth, without understanding the social and environmental impact on people, is finally being seen as poor policy-making.
Building More Houses Won’t Solve Much Unless it Increases the Social and Environmental Value of Occupants’ Lives.
Opening Speech by Prof. Erik Bichard on behalf of RealWorth at the Improving Models for Valuing Social Impact in Urban Development event in Malmö (Sweden) on October 5th 2016 organised by the Urban Innovation Lab