Cityzen Science

Can we design places along the trails that are more open and better support innovation, debate and science

Building curiosity into the city

Illustration and text Frits Ahlefeldt,

Cities can be designed in many ways and all will influence how we understand them and ourselves. Supporting citizen science and curiosity in the very fabric and design of the city can be done in a number of ways but it seems likely that they have at least one thing in common – it is possible to walk, talk and share ideas among the structures, buildings and places of the city

Drawing of a city with citizen science written over several buildings and people talking. Illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt
The cityzen science place, creating cities that support science and better understandings

Non texted version of the Citizen science City

Drawing of a girl and a dead bird. first she is feeling sad, second she is sharing on social media, third image she is engaged in collecting, sharing and saving the species. Illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt
Helping dead bird ( non-texted version )

Keywords: citizenScience, citizen science, city-planning, architecture, urbanity, walkable city, walkablecity, walkability, liveable city, livable city, hiking, volunteer, co-creation, co-innovation, #citscidk19

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