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Talking about Urban Resilience: What changes for cities? A call for reframing resilience in planning

Talking about Urban Resilience: What changes for cities? A call for reframing resilience in planning

This WEBINAR organised by Politecnico di Torino discussed the concept of resilience in relation to planning and to the system shocks of the COVID-19 pandemics, climate change and more.  Roberto Rocco gave a lecture about the connections between urban resilience, social sustainability and justice. You can see Roberto’s presentation HERE 17:00 Introduction by Ombretta Caldarice...
WEBINAR: Talking about urban resilience: what changes for cities during a global crisis? 4 MAY 17:00 GMT+2

WEBINAR: Talking about urban resilience: what changes for cities during a global crisis? 4 MAY 17:00 GMT+2

  4 May 17:00 GMT+2. Talking about urban resilience: what changes for cities during a global crisis? Organised by Ombretta Caldarice from Politecnico di Torino on possible reconceptualisationS of URBAN RESILIENCE after the pandemics. Apart from Ombretta, this event features Nicola Tollin (University of Southern Denmark), Stefano Cozzolino ILS Sara Meerow (University of Arizona) and...
SPS Seminar 28 March: Andrea Pliego - Amphibian Housing for a Resilient City

SPS Seminar 28 March: Andrea Pliego – Amphibian Housing for a Resilient City

SPS Seminar with Andrea Pliego (UNAM, Mexico City) Thursday 28 March, 12:30-13:30, 01 West 270 Amphibian Housing for a Resilient City Towards an integral approach on adaptable housing systems in the water basin of México City The interaction between the biophysical systems and the urban area in the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of México...
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