The challenge is in placing homes for the homeless as an integral part of the smart city narrative which is extremely popular here. The framing can be, and I am thinking aloud here: how can cities be smart, if the economically marginalised are sans a roof over their heads?
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Born and raised in Mumbai, India with an undergrad degree from Oman and a masters degree from the National University of Singapore. I am an Environmental Professional with a passion for Sustainability, Social Innovation and Governance related issues. A Change Agent in the making who believes that small is beautiful and that impact can be achieved -one soul at a time. View all posts by changethinker