Tag: By Jay Walljasper
Jay Walljasper: To Stop Climate Change, Start Calling It by a Different NameMay 2014
When the Guardian starts swearing, do we start noticing climate change?
Jay Walljasper: How to Revive Low-Income NeighborhoodsApril 2014
How deeply rooted institutions, like hospitals and colleges, are revitalizing their communities.
Jay Walljasper: Lessons to Learn From Finland’s Top-Ranked SchoolsMarch 2014
Finland ranks highest in global education because teachers rank highest in society.
Jay Walljasper: How Urban Design Helps or Hinders the Health of the CommonsFebruary 2014
Aspiring to that proverbial cup of sugar borrowed from a neighbor.
Jay Walljasper: 12 Reasons You’ll Be Hearing More About the Commons in 2012January 2012
|We Power stands at the convergence of economic and cultural trends.|
Jay Walljasper: What Happens When You Open the Streets for PeopleJuly 2011
|Closing off streets for the enjoyment of people is a well-tested idea, which happens every Sunday in cities from Bogota to Ontario.|
Jay Walljasper: Recipe File for Political OptimismJanuary 2011
|When seen through the lens of the commons, public services cannot be dismissed as “waste” nor basic matters of fairness reduced to “entitlements.”|