“Not business as usual”

This week, I shared an article from the New York Times with the RiverFirst Steering Committee; I’d like to share it with you, as well.

Basically, in times of change, we not only need to design new products – in this case infrastructure to address climate change – but also new processes to realize the new product. With respect to RiverFirst, it is not business as usual.  The scale, scope and complexity of the vision is such that we need to create new ways – social, economic and political – of creating new types of landscapes. You are integral to this new way of getting new things done!

> Read Vetoing Business As Usual After the Storm



Image: Patrick Ward/Corbis, courtesy NYT

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