Janette Sadik-Khan | Making New York City Sustainable

Janette Sadik-Khan | Making New York City Sustainable

"A lot can be done in 4 years to change completely a city and make it more sustainable." Janette Sadik-KhanKeynote lecture by Janette Sadik-Khan,...
Ecogram III: Africa, Cities and Eco-crisis Conference Panel 2 Fall 2010

Ecogram III: Africa, Cities and Eco-crisis Conference Panel 2 Fall 2010

Friday, October 1, 2010 Wood AuditoriumRachel Armstrong Klaus Jacob Michael PelkenExperts and activists will address acute challenges facing cities such as environments polluted by war and destructive...
Meet the Loeb Fellows: Shane Endicott

Meet the Loeb Fellows: Shane Endicott

9/10/15Shane Endicott, Portland, OR: Shane Endicott’s organization Our United Villages strengthens the environmental, economic and social fabric of local communities in Portland, Oregon, by...
Drain: Planning for Climate Change (Naomi Klein and Kate Orff)

Drain: Planning for Climate Change (Naomi Klein and Kate Orff)

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 Wood Auditorium, Avery HallDrain: Planning for Climate ChangeNaomi Klein and Kate OrffResponse by Laura KurganWe are living in Decade Zero, the...
Power and the Space of the Planet, Keynote by Kim Stanley Robinson

Power and the Space of the Planet, Keynote by Kim Stanley Robinson

Friday, April 15, 2016 Wood AuditoriumSpanning the planet, the dynamics of climate change bind together innumerable, often incompatible categories, things, and processes. Among these are...
Albert Pope, “Carbon Sixty-Five”

Albert Pope, “Carbon Sixty-Five”

4/21/16An adequate response to the climate crisis requires a new model of urbanism that wholly reconstructs the relationship between urban and natural systems. The...
SUSTAINABLE EXUMAS (10 of 12), 8 July 2011, Padraic Kelly

SUSTAINABLE EXUMAS (10 of 12), 8 July 2011, Padraic Kelly

Touching the Ground Lightly / Long before sustainability joined the ecritical lexicon of every built environment professional, Ted Happold, the founder of Buro Happold,...
Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities: Lessons from Europe and North America

Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities: Lessons from Europe and North America

Professor John Pucher argues that cycling and walking are the most environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable of all transport modes. He then provides an...
Werner Sobek – The ‘Aktivhaus’ Concept: Building the World of Tomorrow

Werner Sobek – The ‘Aktivhaus’ Concept: Building the World of Tomorrow

Lecture date: 2014-03-04In order to cope with the ecological, economic and social challenges of the twenty-first century, we need smart systems allowing our buildings...