Join us for Part I in a series on Urban Sustainability in partnership with Royal Roads University June 23rd, 2010 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. PT
Are youth the missing link in achieving greater urban sustainability? Listen in to a discussion with young interns and experts from around the world talking about their experiences in leading-edge international initiatives being used to engage youth in long-term planning and urban sustainability.
Moderated by Professor Ann Dale, Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Community Development, and led in partnership with the International Centre for Sustainable Cities http://sustainablecities.net, panelists include:
Steve Dotterrer, Principle Planner City of Portland
Pam Phan, Youth Planning Program coordinator, City of Portland
Kathleen Wilson, Youth Led Development Coordinator at The Co-operators, Regina
Caitlin Purvis, Sustainable Cities Youth Interns in Colima, Mexico
Doug Ragan, Senior Associate with Sustainable Cities, and PhD Candidate at the University of Colorado’s Children, Youth and Environments Centre
Rebecca Foon, Planner with Sustainability Solutions Group
Afton Halloran, Sustainable Cities Urban Agriculture Youth Intern in Dar es Salam, Tanzania (Afton will contribute her insights and experience after the panel discussion has concluded due to her location in Tanzania)
This e-Dialogue is first in a series being led in partnership with the Sustainable Cities: PLUS Network. The expert panel will take questions from the e-audience during the last half hour of their discussion.
Don’t hesitate to make a contribution to the conversation, join us for this e-Dialogue on June 23rd!
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