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Publisher Description

Grassroots Calgary

Calgary has a long history of civic engagement, a critical element of urban development and planning. Like many other municipalities across North American, participative planning has taken root in Calgary over the apst 20 years. Especiallt in conjunction with the rise of social media, certain public discourses are amplified and create impact and momentum.Civic Camp Calgary was a public advocacy group started in 2009 by several community members interested in broadly engaging citizens around concerns and desires in Calgary’s current and future development. Several large-scale initiatives and plans for Calgary were on the table at the time and provided an active context for a civic discourse to foster.For the first time, the group’s activities are documented in some form. In interviews with the original proponents, the group’s story is explored forom various perspectives. Understanding the recent past will improve future co-create endeavors. Civis discourse is a crucial component to shaping the built environment, and this research will help inform how we can adapt future rpocesses and approaches in Calgary.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2021
November 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
40
Pages
PUBLISHER
PublishDrive
SELLER
PublishDrive Inc.
SIZE
34.6
MB

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