How is life in rural areas different from urban?
We want to talk about some dichotomies that are considered antagonistic in the modern world but are essentially impossible without each other. What should we give up—nature or progress? What is more valuable, acceleration or deceleration? And where, after all, is it closer to happiness?
Viktor Zotov's talk "Where to live closer to happiness?" is the first of a series of online activities of CANactions School, dedicated to the new CANactions School 's educational program SPACES.
Spatial Planning for Accessibility, Cooperation and Economic Sustainability (SPACES) Program focuses on the application of European inter-municipal cooperation practices and subregional spatial planning tools to a group of real-life functioning formed territorial communities—amalgamated hromadas.
The SPACES program works with a group of neighboring Ukrainian amalgamated hromadas and focuses on coordinating their joint actions to increase the accessibility of services and economic growth of the territories.
*Spatial Planning for Accessibility, Cooperation and Economic Sustainability (SPACES) Program is supported by the European Union under the House of Europe programme. Join CANactions School Community to get access to special offers, closed events and other benefits from CANactions School.