The receptivity to innovation has rescued yesterday’s post-industrial city. Can the same spirit build a bridge to a more sustainable tomorrow? His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, visited Pittsburgh in 1988 to chair the first Remaking Cities event…The Remaking Cities Proposition to "cultivate the talent of their people" was crafted during thought-provoking discussions focused on the future. One of the speakers, Paul Gottlieb, Ph.D., of Rutgers, discussed his paper Growth Without Growth, published by the Brookings Institution. Gottlieb’s research confirmed that one type of growth, the growth of local income and wealth, is not improved by another type of growth, population growth.
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