John Rossant

Founder of LA CoMotion, and Founder and Chairman of the NewCities Foundation

Founder of LA CoMotion, and Founder and Chairman of the NewCities Foundation

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Plans to bring the site-specific art exhibition Desert X to Saudi Arabia have  prompted a debate  about art, ethics and questions of engagement with a regime stained by the murder of…

Neom, the futuristic city coming to Saudi Arabia

Plans to bring the site-specific art exhibition Desert X to Saudi Arabia have prompted a debate about art, ethics and questions of engagement with a regime stained by the murder of…

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LA traffic is getting worse. So what is it going to take to get you out of your car and onto a bus or train?

What will it take you to give up the car?

LA traffic is getting worse. So what is it going to take to get you out of your car and onto a bus or train?

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Is Minneapolis the most radical city in America right now?

Minneapolis is upzoning, and LA should pay attention

Is Minneapolis the most radical city in America right now?

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