Lessons from Sustainable Urban Design: Films and Discussion
As activist citizens, we have been working towards sustainability in many ways, particularly looking at issues impacting life in our city, including the work of the Broadway Coalition featured at last month’s General Meeting.
This month, we’ll carry on the discussion started by that examination of the Broadway Corridor, by looking at some positive examples of steps that various cities have taken to create more sustainable and livable communities — plus one less-than-positive example. After viewing film segments showing what has been done around the world, we’ll open the discussion to consider whether any of those steps are happening also in Tucson, and whether they could — and should — happen here.
Linda Samuels from the UA’s Sustainable Cities project will join us for this community discussion.
The selection of film segments will feature:
• Bogota, Colombia
• Copenhagen, Denmark
• New York City’s High Line
• Jane Jacobs
• Phoenix, Arizona
• Curitiba, Brazil
• Portland, Oregon & City Repair
Join us for this look at some exciting urban alternatives and continue the conversation of what we can do to create changes that we want to see in our city.
Location: Downtown Main Library, lower level meeting room.
Doors open at 5:30. Program starts promptly at 6:00.