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Elias Deeb, Project Manager with the Noisette Company, discusses the 3000 acre Noisette Master Plan in the City of North Charleston, as well as Oak Terrace Preserve and the former Navy Base. The Noisette Master Plans guiding principles work toward a triple bottom line of people, prosperity, and planet. The plan, which highlights a once neglected 3000-acre portion of the oldest section of the city, preserves historic architectural styles, neighborhood diversity and the areas unique social fabric. It has restored environmental stability and beauty, attracted jobs, improved services like education and healthcare, reduced dependence on car travel, promoted recreation, diminished the foundations of crime and poverty, and strengthened the sense of pride many North Charleston residents feel towards their community. www.oakterracepreservesc.com
I LOST MY JOB newfuturemedia.net SYNOPSIS: I Lost My Job is a short documentary film which sets out to explore the phenomenon which is affecting and due to affect many people’s lives – namely, technological unemployment. The documentary also examines what we can do about it as a society through the analysis of a transitional direction. Particular questions need to be raised about this subject. What are the social consequences of ongoing technological unemployment within our current economic system? How do we handle such a situation when this process is inevitable with the ongoing emergence of machine automation and new technologies taking over repetitive jobs?
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