Ann Dale and Yuill Herbert made a presentation to Moncton City Council last week on the Places+Spaces model infrastructure. Elected officials immediately grasped the importance of the model that integrates environmental, social and economic factors, to making more sustainable development decisions. In response to one councillor’s question, they explained that the model had the potential to influence cultural shifts in behaviour if more comprehensive and attractive visualizations were available to allow people to ‘see’ the impacts of their decisions on the place they live. For more information about the model, click here. Check out the Places + Spaces website for additional details.