Ben Lucas interviews Neil Jefferson, Chief Executive fo the Zero Carbon Hub, following the roundtable launch of the 2020PSH’s latest report on Business, Society and Public Services. The roundtable brought together key people across politics, business and civil society to discuss the report and its implications. Neil talks about the Zero Carbon Hub and how it reflects a social productivity approach to cross-sector collaboration, regulation and the incubation of new relationships between public, private and people that go beyond bottom lines and lobbying for influence; and instead focus on the social value generated through ‘shared spaces’ and new shared values.
Can investments in better connected Cities make us happier? : RSA blogs www.rsablogs.org.uk/2014/socia… via @thersaorg
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