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This conference brought together design practitioners and theorists, economists, engineers, environmental scientists, politicians and public health specialists, with the goal of reaching a more robust understanding of ecological urbanism and what it might be in the future. Held at the Graduate School of Design (GSD) , Harvard University, April 3-5 , 2009.
|1||VideoWelcome: President Drew Faust||Harvard University President Drew Faust, Lincoln Professor of History||3/11/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoLecture: Bill Dunster. Respondent, Antoine Picon||“The ZEDfactory: Building a Zero Carbon Future Today" Bill Dunster, ZEDfactory, London - Respondent: Antoine Picon, Harvard Graduate School of Design||2/20/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoRoundtable: What Next?||How to bring about more sustainable cities. - Moderator: Jerold Kayden, Harvard Graduate School of Design - Speakers: John Bela, Rebar Gareth Doherty, Harvard Graduate School of Design Susan Fainstein, Harvard Graduate School of Design Chuck Hoberman,||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoPanel 5: Engineering Ecology||Looking both at the design of new eco-cities as well as the 'retrofitting' of existing and future cities, this section will ask what will the city of the future be like? How will it look? How will it smell? How will it feel?||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoPanel 4: Ecologies of Scale||What alternative designs will make a more sustainable urbanism possible? What new materials are likely to change the way we design, adapt and build the city of the future? And how is that sustainability measured? - Moderator: Spiro Pollalis,||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoLecture: Andrea Branzi. Respondent, Charles Waldheim||"The Weak Metropolis” Andrea Branzi, Milan - Respondent: Charles Waldheim, University of Toronto||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoPanel 3: Mobility, Infrastructure and Society||What does the future hold in terms of mobility? How does this affect the sustainability of cities, low-density suburbs and rural areas? What potential new fuels can power future mobilities? What sustainable infrastructures can support them?||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoPanel 2: Curating Resources||The management and design of resources such as water, waste, air and daylight needs to be radically rethought in light of the needs of the future city; with the word "curation" being suggestive of the role of design in their management.||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoPanel 1: Productive Urban Environments||Urbanism carries a carbon footprint well beyond the physical limits of the city. Future cities will need to aspire to be carbon negative, including off-setting the city’s embodied energy. What is the potential for cities to increase the production of e.||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|10||VideoKeynote: Rem Koolhaas in conversation with Homi Bhabha, moderated by Sanford Kwinter||Rem Koolhaas, Office for Metropolitan Architecture and Harvard Graduate School of Design Homi Bhabha, Director of the Humanities Center at Harvard University Sanford Kwinter, Harvard Graduate School of Design||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|11||VideoRoundtable: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Ecological Urbanism||A group of Harvard professors give their perspectives on: What can ecological urbanism be? What is its role in the future city? And what are the most salient points to be addressed. - Moderator: Alex Krieger - Speakers: Lawrence Buell,||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|12||VideoIntroductions: Dean Mohsen Mostafavi and Mayor Thomas M. Menino||Mohsen Mostafavi, Dean, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston||1/8/09||Free||View In iTunes|
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