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The Urban Q With Jaya Dhindaw

 

The Urban Q With Jaya Dhindaw

Indian cities are confronted with the ubiquitous challenges of unplanned growth, lack of access to basic services, inequality and unprecedented climate vulnerabilities. Who owns a city? Whose business is it to create conditions that enable liveable urban areas ? Jaya Dhindaw (Executive Director, Sustainable Cities, WRI India) explores these critical questions by connecting with different city dwellers – business people, thought-leaders, innovators and academicians. Tune into the Urban Q to learn more about the next iteration of Indian cities through the lens of climate change, equity, liveability and economic productivity.

 


 

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Dr. Inés Sánchez de Madariaga (UNESCO Chair on Gender) discusses ‘mobility of care’, and advocates for planners to address gender-specific mobility challenges to make cities more inclusive and equitable.Read more

Dr. Harini Nagendra (Director of Research & Centre for Climate Change, Azim Premji University), on the vital role ecology plays in ensuring urban well-being, Bengaluru’s ecological history, and the need for pressing need for applying an ecological and people centric lens in Indian planning...Read more

Carlos Moreno (Scientific Director of the Research Lab ETI, IAE Paris Sorbonne Business School, University Panthéon Sorbonne) on the ‘15-minute city’, a concept he coined in 2016, that advocates for polycentric growth where daily necessities and services can be reached via a...Read more

Shashi Verma (Chief Technology Officer, Transport for London) on London’s growth history around its transport, and how transport planning can enhance urban growth and productivity through sustainable development. Shashi orchestrated the transformation of London's well-known...Read more

Enrique Peñalosa (Author and Former Mayor, Bogota Colombia) on what it takes to build happy, productive and equal cities. Enrique is an internationally respected leader who as Mayor of Bogotá, (Colombia) helped develop the city into an international model for mobility, equity...Read more

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