Author Archives: jgood
During a recent night out with friends, the topic turned to the economy, and the recent loss of the United States’ AAA credit rating according to Standard & Poors. (One of my friends here in Singapore works in insurance, and … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about these questions increasingly in recent months. As I’ve read about major developing countries – with China being the best example – explore further afield for the raw resources that power their economies, it is often their … Continue reading
If the 20th century city was marked by forces that pulled cities part, resulting in a discrete environment of partially autonomous units, the successful 21st century city is marked by a return to complementary interaction of a fully-functioning whole. Aided … Continue reading
In coming weeks I will be adding to this section of the website as I gather long-standing ideas that I’ve had about environmentalism, society, and the future in general. Stay tuned.