They say as we get older we lose our intuition. So, the most intuitive, and arguably creative, people in the world are children. If that's the case, why not give them the task of spurring urban change? Their the ones that will be living and controlling our future cities.
As part of a broader civic campaign on, children are drawing colorful maps detailing their concern about public space, according to Citiscope. This effort is a part of a UNICEF initiave to encourage kids to use mobile technology and open data to map environmental and health issues near their homes. But much of the child-led mapping of India goes back to the old school materials of the early topography materials: paper, a large canvas of paper, and endless imagination. Read More