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Keynote "Walkable Diversity in Future Desert Cities"

Keynote by Emily Talen - "Walkable Diversity in Future Desert Cities"
November 19th, 2015 | 5:30pm | Social Sciences 109
Keynote: Urban planners are now focused on increasing the nation’s supply of pedestrian-based, socially diverse human settlements. This “walkable diversity” encapsulates the merger between social justice and environmental sustainability. Emily Talen (School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning) reviews the state of the pursuit of walkable diversity, including research debates, implementation hurdles, and entrenched conflicts over strategies and priorities.

Justice and Social Inquiry
Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
Human Evolution and Social Change
Institute for Humanities Research
Life Sciences
Politics and Global Studies
Social Transformation
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Non academic units: 
Institute for Humanities Research
Thursday, November 19, 2015 - 5:30pm
Room: 
109
Location: 
Social Science Building
Campus: 
Tempe
Price: 
FREE