Published in FOCUS: Journal of the City and Regional Planning Department (Cal Poly), Volume 4, April 1, 2007, pages 50-55.
In this article Paul Wack offers us a reflection on two of the most important issues for the planning profession: climate change and the public’s short attention span. He starts by addressing a 1895 poem depicting an optimistic view of the future which the late musician John Denver used to recite during his concerts, and in which Paul finds much inspiration for his classes. The article also ties into the next one, titled “Hot Topic”, dealing with the same theme and originally published in the APA’s Planning magazine.
Urban, Community and Regional Planning