Let’s Design a Garden City
‘The advantages of the most
energetic and active town
life, with all the beauty and
delight of the country, may
be secured...
Garden Cities
economically independent cities with
short commute times and the
preservation of the countryside.
Garden Sub...
‘cities must import resources, a process also known as conquest, colonialism,
and these days, the global economy' - Derric...
‘Cities take… 2% of the Earth’s surface but use at least 80% of all energy.
If we cannot make our cities more sustainable ...
James Piers Taylor
@LondonPrmcultr
Lets design a garden city
Lets design a garden city
Lets design a garden city
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Presentation from the workshop 'Let's Design a Garden City' facilitated by James PIers Taylor at the 2014 London Permaculture Festival.

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Lets design a garden city

  1. 1. Let’s Design a Garden City
  2. 2. ‘The advantages of the most energetic and active town life, with all the beauty and delight of the country, may be secured in perfect combination’ Ebenezer Howard, To-Morrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform, 1898
  3. 3. Garden Cities economically independent cities with short commute times and the preservation of the countryside. Garden Suburbs built on the outskirts of large cities with no sections of industry. Dependent on reliable transport allowing workers to commute into the city.
  4. 4. ‘cities must import resources, a process also known as conquest, colonialism, and these days, the global economy' - Derrick Jensen, Endgame
  5. 5. ‘Cities take… 2% of the Earth’s surface but use at least 80% of all energy. If we cannot make our cities more sustainable they could easily become our coffins rather than our ark’ – Leo Hollis, Cities are Good for You; The Genius of the Metropolis
  6. 6. James Piers Taylor @LondonPrmcultr

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