Democratizing the Green City

Infrastructures of Resilience and Their Discontents

Triptych if images about urban greening

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Do infrastructures of resilience — in service of greening agendas, sustainable food networks, and environment-friendly transportation alternatives — combat or reinforce urban inequality? Miriam Greenberg (University of California, Santa Cruz) moderates a conversation between scholars of urban infrastructure, including Andrew Deener (University of Connecticut), Melissa Checker (Queens College and CUNY Graduate Center), and Oscar Sosa Lopez (University of California, Berkeley).

Location: The Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts, 1 Washington Place @ Broadway

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