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#106 Cities and Climate Change

Number of presentations – 10, including:

Will We Merit Gratitude From Our Grandchildren?, (Slides)
Richard J. Jackson, Los Angeles, CA, USA 

The Mitigative Potential of Urban Environments and Their Microclimates(Paper and Slides)
Rosa Schiano-Phan, London, England, UK

Mitigative Buildings and Urban Environments(Paper and Slides)
Filippo Weber, Florence, ITALY

$80.00
$80.00

#97 Urban Regeneration

Number of presentations – 6, including:

Achieving Healthier Cities Through Regeneration of Abandoned Monumental Buildings    (Paper and Slides)
Pier Francesco Cherchi, Professor, University of Cagliari, Cagliari, ITALY.

A Green Approach of Reducing and Eliminating Private Property Abandonment    (Paper and Slides)
Rex LaMore, Professor, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, USA.

Rapid Neighborhood Regeneration and the Challenges of Inclusion    (Paper and Slides)
Scott Sernau, Professor of Sociology, University of Indiana, South Bend, IN, USA.

$60.00
$60.00

#96 New Urban Neighborhoods

Number of presentations – 5, including:

Redesigning a Dysfunctional Neighborhood to be Healthy    (Paper, Slides, and Video)
Ettore Mazzola, Architect & Urbanist, Professor, University of Notre Dame, Rome, ITALY.

Poundbury, a Sustainable New Urban Settlement    (Slides and Video)
Simon Conibear, Development Manager, Duchy of Cornwall, Poundbury, UK.

HAB Housing    (Slides and Video)
Kevin McCloud, MBE, HAB Housing, Bristol, UK 

$40.00
$40.00

#95 Civic Engagement for Healthy Cities

Number of presentations – 6, including:

Transforming Cities through Visioning    (Paper and Slides)
Anton C. Nelessen, Professor of Urban Planning and Founder of A. Nelessen Associates, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.

Developing a Shared Vision to help different professions communicate and work to a common goal: Experiences delivering shared space    (Paper and Slides)
David McKenna, Landscape Architect and Engineer, IBI Group, Liverpool, UK.

Shaping Healthier Neighbourhoods for Children     (Paper and Slides)
Laura McDonald, Health Development Officer, Inequalities Professional, Belfast Healthy Cities, Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND

$60.00
$60.00

#94 Fighting Climate Change through Sustainable Urban Design

Number of presentations – 10, including:

How 6 European cities and their 13 partners work together to reduce CO2 emissions and realize EU energy targets    (Paper and Slides)
Ivo Wenzler, Dr., Senior Principle and Associate Professor, Accenture and Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology, Delft, THE NETHERLANDS.

Beyond the Washington Beltway; Fighting Climate Change and Promoting Sustainability in America's Cities    (Paper and Slides)
Hugh Atkinson, Dr. London South Bank University, London, UK.     

Cities and Systems – Urban Livability and the Zofnass Tools for Sustainable Infrastructure    (Paper and Slides)
Rick Phillips, RA, AICP, Director of Urban Design, Northern California, HNTB Corporation, Emeryville, CA, USA.

$75.00
$75.00

#93 Green and Blue in the Healthy City

Number of presentations – 7, including:

Ljubljana: 2016 European Green Capital    (Slides and Video)
Tjaša Ficko, Deputy Mayor of Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

52 Everyday Walks – Developing an Outstanding, Continuous Green Urban Structure and a Contribution to Public Health    (Paper and Slides)
Torgeir Esig Soerensen, Head of Parks and Streets Department, City of Stavanger, NORWAY.

Blue Urban Life. How Waterscapes Contribute to a Better Living in Zurich    (Paper and Slides)
Ladina Koeppel Mouzinho, Projektleiterin, and Christine Bräm, Executive Director, Office of Parks and Open Spaces, City of Zurich, SWITZERLAND.

$70.00
$70.00

#92 The Public Realm

Number of presentations – 12, including:

Cities for People    (Slides and Video)
Jan Gehl, Gehl Architects, Copenhagen, DENMARK

"Place Networks": Healthy Streets and Sidewalks    (Slides and Video)
Michael Mehaffy, CNU-A, MICTP, Executive Director, Sustasis Foundation, Portland, OR, USA

Place Making in Bristol    (Slides and Video)
Barra MacRuairi, Strategic Director for Place, City of Bristol, UK.

$85.00
$85.00

#91 Healthy Communities for All Ages

Number of presentations – 14, including:

Lifetime Communities    (Slides and Video)
Phil Stafford, Ph.D., Director, Center on Aging and Community, Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA

Healthy Streets for Children    (Slides and Video)
Lamine Mahdjoubi, Ph.D., Faculty of the Built Environment, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.

Livable Cities - Enabling older citizens to participate in the planning and reshaping of their local communities     (Paper and Slides)
Patrick Doherty, Regional Development Consultant, Age Friendly Ireland, & Aisling Costello, Head of Projects, Age Friendly Ireland, World Health Organisation, Age Friendly Cities and Communities Initiative, Dublin, IRELAND.

$90.00
$90.00

#90 Bicycling and Walking in the City

Number of presentations – 11, including:

Freiburg's Experience with Bicycle Planning   (Slides and Video)
Sven von Ungern-Sternberg, Dr., former Freiburg Mayor and Governor, State of Süd-Baden, Freiburg, GERMANY.

Shared Space Street Design    (Slides and Video)
Ben Hamilton-Baillie, Urban Designer, Movement Specialist, Bristol, UK 

Shaping a Healthier Birmingham (AL) through Enhanced Connectivity    (Paper and Slides)
John Pittari, PhD, Professor, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, USA

$80.00
$80.00

#89 Defining Livable Cities

Number of presentations – 11, including:

Remembering Henry Lennard. A Lesson from Venice    (Video)
Edoardo Salzano, Emeritus Professor & Dean of Urban Planner, Venice University, Former Assessori di Urbanistica, Venice, ITALY

Principles for Achieving Green, Healthy Cities    (Paper, Slides, and Video)
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Co-founder and Director, International Making Cities Livable Conference, Portland, OR 

Making Bristol Green and Healthy for All    (Slides and Video)
Mayor George Ferguson, CBE, PRIBA, RWA, City of Bristol, UK

$80.00
$80.00
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