We could all end up as roommates.
Do city people really like to share more? Emily Badger of The Atlantic Cities suggests a new and fascinating phenomenon in urban areas — that city dwellers are moving toward a culture of shared ownership of everything from cars to power tools.
Badger shares this thought in an essay from the new TED Book City 2.0: The Habitat of the Future and How to Get There, ananthology that suggests bold ideas for how we can create thriving cities. Born out of The City 2.0 TED Prize and produced in partnership with The Atlantic Cities, the book features essays from 12 authors, tackling topics ranging from transportation to food to public art.
In your essay…
View original post 667 more words