Virtual City Briefing
Wednesday, 31 March 2021
Virtual Event - Link to be provided to those registered
What are the issues in Vancouver’s post-pandemic planning? How did the city and SFU work together with the community to solve issues? What are the lessons for other cities, eg Sydney?
Dr Meg Holden is Professor of Urban Studies and Geography, Simon Fraser University in Vancouver. She is an engaged researcher and teacher in the domains of urban and regional planning and policy, sustainable development and well-being, and pragmatic philosophy. An environmental pragmatist by personal conviction, Meg seeks paths toward new directions for cities where more and more of us can experience sustainability and justice.
Meg is a Founding Member, Ecourban Research Network and Special Issues Editor, International Journal of Community Well-Being
Professor Meg Holden Director of Urban StudiesSimon Fraser University, Vancouver
Panellists (all from Simon Fraser University): Andy Yan, Director City Program
Andy Yan, Director City Program
Janet Webber, Executive Director SFU Public Square
Am Johal, Vancity Office of Community Engagement
Local commentator: Professor Emeritus David Wilmoth, former Deputy Vice-Chancellor, RMIT
Michael Neustein, Chairman AIUS NSW
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