8 August 2012
In this interview, Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas in Austin Frederick Steiner discusses the challenges of designing cities in a world that is increasingly defined by dense urban populations. Steiner was in Australia for the Centre's UPE10 Symposium - Next City: Planning for a New Energy and Climate Future. He begins by explaing why an increased focus on city planning is essential to ensure sustainable global growth.
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