The first worldwide lockdown where we saw nature repair itself with no humans around is an excellent example of how much destruction is caused by us by just being in this world. We have turned a blind eye toward the waste we create every second of the day without even realising it. Now that global… Continue reading Zero Waste Communities: Why now more than ever?
An idea can change the world. This statement itself has driven many entrepreneurs to bring something new or something old with a new twist to the market. Most of them made it big because they identified the need for a particular service or product and introduced it to the target market. And boom! The country… Continue reading Rejuvenating the Entrepreneurial Spirit in the US
It’s a notion that suburbs lack the gains of their urban counterparts regarding education and career. But they have not lost their lustre entirely. The population in the suburbs continues to increase at a relatively healthy clip. The recent outbreak may have altered people’s residential choices to err on the side of suburbs, but this… Continue reading Driving employment creation through multifamily communities
Suburban cities in the south and west have emerged as the fastest-growing cities in the US. These cities have everything a modern renter would want but are not always at par with his needs. Cities and their residents need infrastructure that creates the most conducive environment that promotes prosperity. Ensuring the city infrastructure is at… Continue reading Is city infrastructure at par with modern needs?
Public value has now become the broad term for the collaborative efforts of organizations and the government directed at resolving social problems. However, leaders widely hold the view that good public value creation is multifaceted and has the plan of creating ripple effects. It goes beyond utilitarian value and pivots into a broader, bolder perspective… Continue reading Building Public Value through economic upliftment & public well-being
What is a home? Is it a concrete structure built to provide shelter from rain and storm? Or Is it something more? Homes are built for humans, for families. And thus, modern homes must incorporate the aspect of a human-centric approach. These homes should do more than just provide mere necessities like electricity, sanitation, water,… Continue reading Building happy cities using a human-centric approach