A seminar led by Rebecca Abers of the University of Brasília on how politics and money affect efforts to promote equitable and sustainable urban transformation.
A seminar led by Rohit T. “Rit” Aggarwala, Co-Head of Labs at Sidewalk Labs, on how digital technology is dramatically changing cities.
A seminar led by Eric Mackres and Debbie Weyl on WRI Ross Center for Cities' building efficiency work.
A seminar led by WRI's Eric Mackres, Seth Contreras and Steven Brumby on Data-Driven Cities.
A seminar led by Sebastian Castellanos of WRI on business models for low- and zero-emission buses based on evidence from Chile.
A seminar led by Dr. James Woodcock of the Public Health Modelling Programme at the Centre for Diet and Activity Research on the the health impacts of walking and cycling.
A seminar led by Diego Canales of WRI on the Land-Use and Transport Accessibility Tool.
A seminar led by Karen Seto, Associate Dean of Research and Professor of Geography and Urbanization Science at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies at Yale University.
A seminar led by Alain Bertaud, Senior Research Scholar at the NYU Stern Urbanization Project.
A seminar led by Brian Arbogast, Director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Program, on why solving the sanitation challenge is central to making developing cities healthy, livable, and more equal.
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