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Thursday, September 8 • 11:05am - 12:30pm
Cities for People and Planet: The New Urban Paradigm LIMITED

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This discussion pushes the boundaries of our imaginations toward a more perfect city. Technology and human-centric urban design has a lot to say about that, but so too does our individual mindsets and cultural norms.  Join us as we step forward into a connected city that is more eco and human-friendly by design, while also stepping up into a vision of a city that best supports life on planet earth.

Moderators
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Louise Mozingo

Professor and Chair or Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning and Urban Design, University of California, Berkeley
Louise Mozingo is Professor and Chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. She is a member of the Graduate Group in Urban Design of the College of Environmental Design and Director of the American Studies program of the College of Letters and Sciences... Read More →

Speakers
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Mayra Madriz

Project Manager, Gehl
Mayra is an Urban Planner with ten years of expertise addressing the socio-cultural dimension of urban revitalization projects in the US and Latin America. She is interested in how people experience the public realm, how they are impacted by changes in the built environment, and how... Read More →
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Cole Roberts

Associate Principal, Energy & Resource Sustainability, Arup
Cole Roberts leads the energy and resource sustainability business in Arup’s San Francisco office. Specializing in design, planning, and consultation in the new and existing built environment, Cole has led dozens of projects to successful LEED® certification and ZNE achievement... Read More →
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Thomas Sichelkow

International Smart City Business Development Mana, Gate 21
International Smart City Business Development Manager at Gate 21, Copenhagen, helping Danish and Swedish companies, municipalities and their respective governments develop Living Labs and Smart City solutions and creating opportunities abroad.Previously Thomas was Head of development... Read More →