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October 2nd, 2020

Progressing Planning: news talks from October 2020

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Estimated reading time: 10 minutes

LSE London

October 2nd, 2020

Progressing Planning: news talks from October 2020

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Estimated reading time: 10 minutes

Lent Term

Micro-mobility and the last mile

Wednesday 17 March 2021: 16pm to 17pm

Online with Facebook Live

◾ Dr. Nancy Holman, LSE

◾ Marian Macindoe, Uber

◾ Marion Lagadic, 6t Bureau de recherche

◾ Ollie Bolderson, Momentum Transport Consultancy 

◾ Maxwell Meyers, Northeast Maglev

Michaelmas Term

Regional Growth, Local Development, and Euroscepticism

Wednesday 7 October 2020: 12pm to 1pm

Online with Facebook Live

◾ Dr. Nancy Holman, LSE

◾ Professor Riccardo Crescenzi, LSE

◾ Professor Lewis Dijkstra, EU Commission

Can Urban Agriculture Play a Role in the Time of Crisis?

Wednesday 28 October 2020: 1pm to 2pm 

Online with Facebook Live 

◾Dr. Nancy Holman, LSE

◾Alexandra Payne, Amplify Planning 

◾Tom Henderson, techUK

◾Sarah Williams, Sustain

Density: design and perception

Wednesday 11 November 2020: 12pm to 1pm

Online with Facebook Live

◾Dr. Alan Mace, LSE

◾ Javier Iñigo, Jacobs 

◾ Fanny Blanc, LSE London

◾ Dr. Beatrix Emo, ETH Zurich

Planning for Sea Level Rise

Wednesday 25 November 2020: 8.30am to 9.30am

Online with Facebook Live

◾Dr. Nancy Holman, LSE

◾Kiana Otsuka, O’ahu Metropolitan Planning Organization

◾ Dr. Swenja Surminski, Grantham Institute LSE

Innovation, Inequality and Sustainable Development

Wednesday 9 December 2020: 11am to 12pm

Online with Facebook Live

◾Dr. Nancy Holman, LSE

◾Dr. Teis Hansen, Lund University

◾ Prof. John Tomaney, The Bartlett School of Planning UCL

CANCELLED: Data, Behavioural Science and Planning 

Wednesday 20 January 2020: 12pm to 1pm

Online with Facebook Live

◾Dr. Nancy Holman, LSE

◾Irina Paraschivoiu, Center for Human-Computer Interaction (Salzburg)

◾Dr. Ganga Shreedhar, LSE

 

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