Why Space Colonization should be a Social Endeavour

A look at the ethical implications and expectations that should be set around space colonization and exploration.

The Rules for Genetic Modification

A outline of the prominent risks of contemporary genetic engineering and broad policy suggestions.

Let Food be thy Medicine

(and fix a tonne of other things too) The Food Connection The production of food is a great past time, it allows us to connect to nature and become more aware of where our food comes from. Local food is a rising shift in food

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Richard Florida, the Creative Class and Gentrification

The Shifting Human City: Essay Series on Current and Future Policy Trends in Cities; Issue One. The Concept of the Creative Class The idea of the creative class as an economic segment of the market, emerged as society saw the resource-based economy diminish. The rise

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Resilient City Critique: Resilient San Francisco

A basic look at some of the aspects The Resiliency Plan for the city of San Francisco aims to achieve four main goals: each consisting of several initiatives to achieve the targeted outcomes within various timeframes. The Goal areas are as follows: Goal 1: Plan

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Branding: A Model for Synergistic and Creative City Planning

A high-level look at how cities can embrace branding as a means of economic development.

“The Circle” Society

Please Note: This article was originally posted January 28th, 2017 on Medium by James Rhule This is not about the foreshadowing of humanity by the upcoming Emma Watson + Tom Hanks flick by the same name, and the trajectory Facebook. I know there’s a book

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Why Homelessness is an Everybody Problem, Not Their Problem

Social Contract, the Idea of Society and the Responsibility of Cooperative Living When we form a society, we really are simply creating a network of interdependence for the means of mutual survival. We base the framework of this creation on the common values of the

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We Created Cheaters, Stop Letting Them Kill our Planet

Population Game Theory If we want to understand why our planet is teetering on the edge of collapse, we have to look at the population game theory used by Richard Dawkins in explaining cellular evolution. He used the argument for reproduction and population success by

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Why History Tell Us Lessons but Does It Speak Truth?

Narrative and Perspective When we record the histories of our respective cultural development, in both chronological events and socioeconomic progress, we are tasked with a fundamental issue that must be understood to fully appreciate the complexity of history fully. How do we interpret history, live

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Our Vision

At P:HC we are committed to elevating earth to an equitable and democratically governed Type 1 Planet. P:HC is dedicated to acting as a community powered international body overseeing the global collaboration and cooperation of planetary development in the coming decades. P:HC ‘s 10-year goals

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Wanna Fix the World? Fix the UN

The policies of an ever increasingly interconnected planet In the rise of global populism and a seemingly general public consensus that the current economic system only benefits the global elites, there are several collective steps we can take to reclaim the prospects of real social

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why is #imacityzen important?

We created a framework for what it means a strong conviction that social progress is important. But you might wonder: why is it important? Why should we embrace this idea of society? Or I get that life’s hard but I like my life, so why

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Why Collaboration is Key to Real Social Change

In our society the seems to be an abundance of winners and losers, and to most, that seems okay. If you work hard you make it if you don’t society will help you out at the bare minium. At P:HC we think we can do

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What is Social Equity?

We looked it up, and this is what we got from search engines: “Social equality is a state of affairs in which all people within a specific society or isolated group have the same status in certain respects, including civil rights, freedom of speech, property

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Why Cities?

You might be wondering, what’s the deal with cities? Why are they the focus? Why are they important? “Today, 54 per cent of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a proportion that is expected to increase to 66 per cent by 2050. Projections show

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Cityzenship Trumps All

If you’re reading this, you probably belong to a country. You work hard, you pay taxes, but life doesn’t seem to get that much better, no matter how hard you push. This is because as the global community has been increasing global wealth, it’s not

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The Meshwork Litepaper

Read the report behind our 10 Year Goals!

Human City Report

In this plan, we outlined how we help turn Regular cities into Human Cities!

Energy Grid Report

The Guidelines to build a people owned energy platform!

Research- Production Centre Report

We looked at the steps to creating universal sustainable community tech standards