In this podcast interview, Meiny Prins explains how courage can be the key to making fundamental changes. Every week, Paul van Liempt interviews a sustainable frontrunner for the series Green Leaders for sustainable business platform DuurzaamBedrijfsleven.
Over the next 30 years, a city with more than 9 million inhabitants will arise in a lower delta, every 3 months. Inhabitants of these cities will often live in poor circumstances, facing problems related to water, living, mobility, energy, water and food. On a global level, we see malnutrition, obesity, nitrogen emission, climate change, suffocating concrete jungles…
How to make sure these challenges won’t fundamentally deteriorate our quality of life?
If we want to counter the great issues of our time and make mega cities livable, we need to fundamentally change our food and land use system. The good news is, we can. How? By creating Sustainable Urban Deltas; mega cities that embrace food production in metropolitan areas to create new connections on a social, ecological, and economic level, providing space for energy, social cohesion, property development and climate.
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