Helps individuals anticipate city problems and informs the Indianapolis public about ways to change these problems, while helping individuals and communities become part of the design and infrastructure of the city they live in.
Indianapps hopes to create an alternative future and believes it can happen, but only with a radical cultural shift that encourages every citizen to be involved in the ecological stewardship of our city.
Indianapps empowers citizens to engage with the city in a fundamentally different way.
- Butler University
- Post Date:
- November 30, 2010
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