This reading started off describing gardeners and later dipped into organizational work. it is fair to say we should create the world we live in. . Our environments make up, for the most part, our whole physical lives. When describing gardeners,there was a brief a notion that changing our environments and cities will therefor change our lives. Here I saw a point that changed my perspective. Geographer David Harvey said “The Right to the City” — with its evocation of Henri Lefebvre’s influential 1968 book — as its critical springboard. As Harvey wrote: “The freedom to make and remake our cities and ourselves is, I want to argue, one of the most precious yet most neglected of our human rights.” Harvey makes clear to us that this is our environment, our city and we should be able to live in it. “The Interventionist’s Toolkit” as source material, pulled together a dozen case studies as a guide for launching temporary, low-cost urban experiments. Renew Newcastle enables the collaboration and growth of small Etsy-type producers, artists and community groups.