The papers today say that rebuilding after Katrina will cost the same as the war in Iraq. In the unlikely event that so much money is forthcoming, what will it be spent on? Are new freeways and malls the wisest way to rebuild? Before firms like Halliburton start pouring concrete, a moment’s pause is in order. One interesting vantage point from which to consider alternatives to business-as-usual rebuilding is the New Economics Foundation’s Well-being manifesto.
How to rebuild, or how to be?
John Thackara2005-09-08T11:28:36+00:00September 8th, 2005|development|
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