For those who were disheartened at the news of Worldchanging’s closure late last year, fear not, Worldchanging is coming back better. The architectural nonprofit Architecture for Humanity (which we’ve talked about here) has just announced their acquisition of the reputable online sustainability magazine. Over the next six months, they plan to merge it with their Open Architecture Network to create “a robust platform that provides dialogue and tools to support a shared vision of a more sustainable future across sectors. The combined strength of these communities, both created out of the TED Prize, will help spur innovation, learning, and best practices. The new site, which will be managed by an independent entity, will include project management tools, offer case studies on innovative solutions and provide tools for aid and development organizations to evaluate their programs in the field.”
We look forward to the revival!
Read more about it at Architecture for Humanity