14 March 2021
This upcoming research seminar on 18 March at 1pm GMT, will discuss different perspectives linked to 'Resource Urbanisms' - an exploration of how natural resource conditions affect urban development and in turn determine the resource efficiency of cities. For a more fundamental exchange on resource urbanisms, the seminar brings together scholars from diverse disciplines including critical geography, economics, urban and transport planning, political and environmental science.
The point of departure for this exchange is a recent article by researchers at LSE Cities and the European Institute for Energy Research, which advances a qualitative and quantitative exploration of “Cities between Resource Abundance and Constraints: The Natural Resource Equation of Asia’s Diverging, Higher-Income City Models”.
David Banister,Emeritus Professor of Transport Studies, University of Oxford
Neil Brenner, Lucy Flower Professor of Urban Sociology, University of Chicago
Felix Creutzig,head of the working group Land Use, Infrastructures and Transport and Chair of Sustainability Economics, Technical University Berlin
Steffen Hertog, Associate Professor in Comparative Politics, LSE Department of Government
Alexandra Gomes, Research Officer, LSE Cities
Andreas Koch, Berlin
Philipp Rode, Executive Director, LSE Cities
Fizzah Sajjad, PhD candidate, LSE Department of Geography and Environment
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