We look into making sustainable cities. How does city planning, zoning, housing, transportation, greening, climate justice and civic participation affect outcomes in creating sustainable cities. [ dur: 32mins. ]
- Stephen M. Wheeler (Steve) is Professor in the Landscape Architecture Program of the Department of Human Ecology at U.C. Davis. He is the co-author of Re-imagining Sustainable Cities: Creating Equitable, Healthy, and Ecological Communities (with Christina D. Rosan) and author of Climate Change and Social Ecology: A New Perspective on the Climate Challenge.
- Carmen Sirianni is Morris Hillquit Professor of Labor and Social Thought and Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Public Policy at Brandeis University. He is the author of Sustainable Cities in American Democracy, Civic Engagement in American Climate Policy: Collaborative Models and an upcoming publication on Civic Democracy and Climate Action: Engagement and Policy for a Resilient America.
Conversation with Housing economist about why is housing shortage lingering in our cities where there is need to house un-housed and under-housed workers. [ dur: 26mins. ]
- Luis Quintero is Assistant Professor at John Hopkins Carey Business School. He co-directs the Latin American and the Caribbean Economics Association (LACEA) urban economics network. He is the co-author of Measuring the Value of Rent Stabilization and Understanding its Implications for Racial Inequality: Evidence from New York City and Cities and Productivity: Evidence from 16 Latin American and Caribbean Countries.
This program is produced by Doug Becker, Ankine Aghassian, Maria Armoudian and Sudd Dongre.