Hank Dittmar is a global sustainability authority and urbanist, advising governments, companies and communities all over the world on making cities and towns more liveable and resilient.

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“For too long we have been dependent upon the iconic attention grabbing project and public subsidy.”
“The streets and squares are the stages for our public life.”
“If we surrender our towns, countryside, and cities to the car, we will also be surrendering many other values that we hold dear: neighborhood life, a sense of history and place, a feeling of belonging somewhere.”
“The smart city is already here, and it is distributed, not centralised: it lives in our smart phones and tablets, and enables real time decisions by normal people. This has profound implications for urban planning.”