What makes for a sustainable city? As the world's urban population surges, the growth and evolution of cities will be a key challenge for the developed and developing world alike.
Hear from international experts in a series of Lightning Talks and view Projects and Prototypes created by teams from Stanford University, Tsinghua University in China, and ESSEC (École Supérieure des Sciences Économiques et Commerciales) in France, and UC Berkeley.
Projects include: urban bicycling, cultural heritage preservation, food systems, and electric vehicles.
Project Presentations 12-2 PM (Studio 1), Lightning Chats 2-5 PM (Concept Car Studio), Guided Exhibits all day
Lightning chat speakers include:
OpenIDEO - Community Renewable Energy Challenge
City of Oakland - Chief Resilience Officer, Victoria Salinas
Mapbox - Fragmented Space and Transit in the Bay Area
Kapital Creation - *SNEAK PEAK* A Beijing State of Mind, documentary film
Handmade in America - Developing Regional Arts/Culture Clusters
Clarity (UC Berkeley) - Personalized air quality monitoring
Techsoup Global - Designing Sustainable Learning for NGOs
Design for Everyday Social Good - Fostering Inclusion through Connection and Reciprocity
Visit www.internationalurbanization.org for more information
Free and open to the public