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Cities and countries for seniors

Globally, the number of people over age 60 will increase to 2 billion in 2050. This will change our attitude toward aging and result in mass infrastructure dedicated to geriatric health services, housing, entertainment, transportation, etc, to the point that the concept of cities/countries exclusively for seniors will emerge. Age segregation in society will become more pronounced.

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I don't agree
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Asher Pfanku I think it would be easier and better for society to just design our cities in a way that is accessible to everyone. This is already a problem for many disabled people.
29 Jul 2021
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Ejuen Armstrong That will be for the 30 year-olds of today. Logan's Run of sorts.
29 Apr 2021
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Pascal in 't Groen it's already happening https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_City,_Arizona segregation is a nice word for exclusion,i dislike the idea
12 Mar 2021
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Ege Karabulut I think this will happen in 2040, not 2030, but it makes a lot of sense
03 Mar 2021
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Horst S. Martin My fear: you are right.
14 Feb 2021
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