Networked Urban Sustainability: Breaking the Integration Barrier

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This is a presentation that I gave at the 2011 EcoCity World Summit (Montreal, August 21 - 26). You can find the full text of the presentation which accompanies these slides can be found at www.openalex.blogspot.com

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Networked Urban Sustainability: Breaking the Integration Barrier

  1. 1. N etworked Urban Sustainability: B reaking the Integration Barrier Alex Aylett Research Director, Sustainable Cities International PhD Candidate, Geography UBC
  2. 2. Sustainable Cities Network
  3. 11. Translation
  4. 12. H Portland, OR: Green Streets Program – Bioswale: Storm Water Remediation, Neighbourhood Revitalization, Biodiversity, Health, Public Image Translation
  5. 14. Engaging the Middle
  6. 15. Durban (South Africa) Hydro & Micro Hydro Generation Incorporated into Freshwater Distribution System = Power for 20,000 homes. [images: Durban Gov. & Engineering News] Engaging the Middle “ I can design a storm sewer in my sleep. In life you need more than that, you need something that excites you and gets you up in the morning.” -- Speedy Moodliar, Durban Water & Sanitation
  7. 17. Exceptions that Change the Rules
  8. 18. Exceptions that Change the Rules Vancouver, BC: Olympic Village & Convention Center
  9. 19. “ Translation” “Engaging the Middle” “Exceptions that Change the Rules”
  10. 20. “ Translation” “Engaging the Middle” “Exceptions that Change the Rules” alex.aylett@gmail.com

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