To live sustainably we must achieve social stability by meeting today's needs
without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs. To achieve
a sustainable society we must see peace and justice, and end the segregation
that stand in their way.
Thank you to all who submitted designs in the Designing to Live Sustainably 2013-
City of Buffalo competition! We were thrilled to celebrate your work in our first annual ideas expo "Imagine Buffalo" at the CEPA Gallery on May 18th!
Congratulations to the award winners! Thank you to Domenic Licata of Licata Design for filming and editing our first ever Awards Gala. Click here to view the "Imagine Buffalo" documentary.
DESIGNING TO LIVE SUSTAINABLY…
There is a dire need to re-think how we, as a society, design and live in our cities and already developed suburban cores- continuing to develop natural habitat and arable land is not sustainable.
One of Buffalo's comparative advantages over many overbuilt cities is its wealth of vacant and underutilized properties, giving us the opportunity to leap-frog into a sustainable model not yet seen in other urban areas. Designing to Live Sustainably (d2ls) is looking for exciting and viable ways to use this wealth to focus on a new vision for what our city might become.
d2ls hosted Imagine Buffalo: A conversation on leapfrogging overbuilt cities... awards celebration event on May 18, 2013 that will promoted, displayed, and connected the various ideas, designs and strategies submitted, and will served to create the groundwork for community engagement in developing a vision for a more sustainable future for Buffalo.