149: How can a city architect be the catalyst for urban transformation? (guest: Rob Adams – City Architect of Melbourne)

Welcome to the 149. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: How can a city architect be the catalyst for urban transformation?🧐 Why should we talk about it? City architects can transform the image and functionality of a city. Melbourne’s transformation into a more liveable and functional city is a testament to the collaborative …

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147: How can cities collaborate for good urbanization? (guest: Prof Greg Clark)

Welcome to the 147. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: How can cities collaborate for good urbanization? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? Urbanization is not a choice but rather a global trend. We need to effectively manage urbanization. Let’s discuss how the Century of Cities offers the opportunity for cities globally …

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145: Urban Mind: how can urban spaces support the well-being of teenage girls? (guest: Yalda Pilehchian – Henning Larsen)

Welcome to the 145. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: Urban Mind: how can urban spaces support the well-being of teenage girls? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? Talking about how urban spaces can support the well-being of teenage girls is crucial for addressing a neglected area in urban planning, promoting gender …

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143: How to build diversity in the architecture industry? (guests: Ida Bergström & Nataly Timotheou – Building Diversity)

Welcome to the 143. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: How to build diversity in the architecture industry? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? In this episode, we’ll explore Building Diversity with its authors, discussing their mission to promote diversity in architecture. We cover themes like challenging the status quo, sexism, representation, …

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141: Timber: a game-changer for climate action in building industry? (guest: Joe Giddings – UK Networks Lead – Built By Nature)

Welcome to the 141. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: Timber: a game-changer for climate action in building industry? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? The discussion with Built by Nature has a specific focus on the role of timber in building industry. We explore the crucial role of sustainable construction and …

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139: CPH Village: how to redefine sustainable living in Copenhagen? (guest: Frederik Noltenius Busck – Co-Founder & Director at CPH Village)

Welcome to the 139. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: CPH Village: how to redefine sustainable living in Copenhagen? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? The topic of sustainable, yet affordable living and eco-friendly housing is on the agenda of many cities, including Copenhagen. This week, we take a closer look at …

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137: Reduction Roadmap: how to achieve ambitious emission reduction targets? (guest: Dani Hill-Hansen – EFFEKT)

Welcome to the 137. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: Reduction Roadmap: how to achieve ambitious emission reduction targets? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? Reduction Roadmap is a science-based tool developed by a cross-sectoral partnership of Danish architecture offices, researchers, and NGOs. It is a call to action for the building …

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135: Neighborhood Lab: how to create inclusive and thriving communities? (guest: Ofri Earon – Neighborhood Lab)

Welcome to the 135. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: Neighborhood Lab: how to create inclusive and thriving communities? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? City dwellers face many challenges like, e.g., loneliness. Let’s discuss the importance of local identity and social cohesion in transforming housing areas into thriving neighborhoods. By focusing …

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133: From Disaster to Adaptation: How is Copenhagen Tackling Climate Resilience? (guest: Trine Stausgaard Munk – Henning Larsen)

Welcome to the 133. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: From Disaster to Adaptation: How is Copenhagen Tackling Climate Resilience? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? Climate resilience is critical for the future of our cities. In light of the increasing frequency and severity of extreme weather events, such as the 2011 …

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131: Happy Cities: how can urban design boost our wellbeing? (guest: Tristan Cleveland – Happy Cities)

Welcome to the 131st episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: Happy Cities: how can urban design boost our wellbeing? 🧐 Why should we talk about it? Urban design significantly impacts our wellbeing and quality of life, and Happy Cities leads the way in creating healthier, happier, and more inclusive communities around the world. …

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