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Drawing from fifteen years of placemaking experience, Ethan Kent, of Project for Public Spaces (PPS) talks about how placemaking contributes to social capital and city governance, and has launched a new type of environmentalism. Open Voices was pleased to speak with Ethan about the importance of public engagement, planning and visioning to create human-scaled public places right outside our door. And, as cities around the world embrace the principles of placemaking, PPS increasingly finds itself at the forefront of making great places to live, work and play internationally.
Open Voices: The opportunity for individuals to jointly shape the collective commons is at the heart of Project for Public Spaces’ work. What human impacts do you notice among people who collaborate to co-create the public realm just outside their door?Read more