“Hospicing the old world”: An in-depth conversation with the authors of Sacred Civics

Two editors and a co-author of Sacred Civics sit down with Future of Good publisher and CEO Vinod Rajasekaran

Why It Matters

Cities are facing a reckoning post-pandemic — the ways they are designed have pushed communities further into the margins than ever before. These authors argue it’s imperative to put humanity, spirituality, and a connection to nature back at the centre of urban design.

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