Monthly Archives: June 2012

Flood Risk and Urban Resilience in Dakar

Clara Ganemtore is SCI’s most recent addition to our Affiliated Researcher Program.  She is studying regional and urban planning at the London School of Economics. Her work centres on urban resilience to environmental threats. Based on a case study of … Continue reading

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A Follow-Up to the SCI Annual Symposium

Ariel Kogan attended the SCI Network Symposium as a representative of the Latin American Network for Fair, Democratic and Sustainable Cities. This is a space that brings together civil society initiatives, promotes decentralized practices and shared knowledge amongst different stakeholders … Continue reading

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Million Dollar Views….from the rooftops of Latin America….

Sara Pilote has just spent 6 months in Los Cabos as an SCI CIDA intern. She reflects on her time there in her lovely blog piece below. Thanks, Sara! ~ ~ One of the things that I like the most here … Continue reading

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Imagine Durban Visits Innovative Program for Girls

Leeanne MacGregor is wrapping up a 6-month internship in Durban, South Africa in outreach and communications. She writes about a great project that Imagine Durban helped to kick-start. You can also read more about it here. ~ ~ Tuesday afternoon, a group … Continue reading

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How to make a street accessible while protecting its heritage features at the same time? After months of discussion, Colima still hasn’t come up with an answer…

Alejandra Perdomo Ibanez has been in Colima for almost 6 months. Her internship is focused on urban planning. ~ ~ Accessibility is increasingly becoming a key consideration in city planning and design. But this has not always been the case. City … Continue reading

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