Dibujo2I have checked a post at The Guardian regarding a series of reviews about the last decade. It is called“Regeneration in the Noughties”, written by Tom James, and makes a critical -quick- revision of what have been regeneration policies within the last decade or more. In my opinion, it can be understood as a too negative vision and with no proposals, although I have found it inspiring.

Why cities have chosen similar projects in order to regenerate their urban lndscapes? Is homogenisation the only alternative for cities to meet globalization challenges? What should be changed in those policies -in the noughties ahead- to better adress goals such as economic prosperity, social equality or climate change?