Building the world we deserve: a new framework for integrating physical, digital and social infrastructure
To solve issues as urgent as racial injustice, income and wealth inequality, and climate change, we must begin by rethinking our underlying infrastructure.
“Infrastructure” is not just roads and bridges. It’s libraries, communities, and parks. It’s cellular networks, satellite arrays, digital commerce, and platforms for social interaction. To ensure everyone has the tools they need to thrive, we must first recognize that infrastructure is multidimensional - that its physical, digital, and social realms are equally important for ensuring opportunity for all.
Join us for a discussion about how we can modernize the definition of infrastructure.
We'll begin by introducing a new framework for Infrastructure, and then hear from organizations implementing this concept in action. We’ll next invite participants to connect their work together by making a crowdsourced landscape map. We’ll end by brainstorming the stakeholders, processes, and partnerships needed to build a better world.
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