8 August 2012
In this interview, chair of the Department of Planning and Urban Form and senior fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Armando Carbonell discusses the challenges facing major cities in adapting to the challenges of climate change. Carbonell was in Australia for the Centre's UPE10 Symposium - Next City: Planning for a New Energy and Climate Future. He begins by explaining why, in the face of an increasingly volatile climate, Australian and American cities both have a lot to gain from better research, planning and law-making.
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