Jurriaan Maessen explosivereports.com MIT urban development head asserts that Agenda 21 smart cities are the best alternative to outright population control. In a recent Q&A with SmartPlanet, top urban developer and director of MIT’s Media Lab’s Changing Places group Kent Larson openly states that Agenda 21?s concept of smart cities and micro-apartments is the alternative to outright population control. He also stresses that the influence MIT wields in the actual development of so-called micro-apartments is increasing. Larson: “We just have to accept that cities are growing. You could wish they weren’t. You could hope that population control would reduce the rate at which these cities are expanding. We just start with that as a given.” In these words, Larson implicitly states that population control is something to be hoped for, but must in the end be regarded as something unrealistic. The second best thing, according to Larson, is further development of compact mega-cities as outlined by UN’s Agenda 21. In response to a question why people should care about population growth, and what this means for MIT’s urban development endeavors, Larson answers: “Almost all of the population growth will take place in cities. (…) Cities are where a huge percentage of energy and water will be consumed. There’s tremendous pressures on agricultural systems because of the rapid growth of cities and getting healthy food to market and not having the problems with spoiled and tainted food. Even if you live in the suburbs, what happens in cities will have an impact on you.” The transformation of cities into mega-cities, according to Larson, is inevitable because of population growth. The way to cram more people into these proposed mega-cities is by means of building micro-apartments- the equivalent of battery chicken cages. to read more click here: explosivereports.com
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