The consultants serving to information our dialog on how one can enhance our cities
The POLITICO World Coverage Lab is a collaborative journalism challenge looking for options to social challenges in an age of speedy change. Residing Cities, a year-long installment launching March 31, explores the way forward for cities. To assist information our dialog, POLITICO has gathered a bunch of consultants who will advise and supply suggestions all through the challenge.
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Guilherme Rodrigues is a Portuguese city economist on the Centre for Cities, a London-based suppose tank that research the economies of British cities. He holds a masters’ diploma in economics from Lisbon’s Nova College of Enterprise and Economics and has studied inflation and home costs for a number of European nations.
Linda Gustafsson is a Swedish gender strategist working for town of Umeå. She has labored with gender equality in public organizations for 15 years, with a particular concentrate on gender in relation to city planning, infrastructure, mobility and local weather change on native stage.
Mirik Milan is the Dutch former night time mayor of Amsterdam. He’s an ex-nightclub promoter and has dealt with technique and manufacturing for mass occasions just like the Nuit Blanche and Amsterdam trend week. He’s co-founder of the VibeLab nightlife consultancy and creator of the paper “Governing the night-time metropolis: The rise of night time mayors as a brand new type of city governance after darkish.”
Carlos Moreno is the French-Colombian creator of the 15-minute metropolis idea and the “sensible cities” adviser for town of Paris. He’s co-founder and scientific director of the Entrepreneurship, Territory, Innovation Chair on the Paris IAE – Panthéon Sorbonne College and a member of the scientific board of Columbia College’s Metropolis Diplomacy Lab.
Caterina Sarfatti serves as director of C40’s Inclusive Local weather Motion program, which supplies assist for mayors and native administrations to plan and ship daring local weather motion. Caterina leads and manages international initiatives on native inexperienced new offers, local weather and migration, gender inclusive local weather motion and a simply transition.
Marco Cremaschi is an Italian professor of city planning and director of the Grasp in City Planning and Design on the City College, Sciences Po, Paris. He research how cities react to influxes of refugees and migrants, the casual housing sector, the financialization of housing and the cultural facet of city policy-making.
Antonio Giraldo is a Spanish geographer and concrete planner. He serves as sustainability coordinator for Spain’s Socialist Celebration and writes about city planning points for a number of Spanish newspapers.
Ann Voets is an artwork historian and panorama architect who’s specialised city planning. Voets has taught panorama structure and concrete design at Brussels’ and Ghent’s LUCA College of the Arts and served as a lecturer in landscape-urbanism at Brussel’s Institut Supérieur d’Urbanisme et de Rénovation Urbaine. She has served on a number of city planning commissions, is a member of the board of the Korei affiliation of cultural ambassadors highlighting the connection between artwork, structure and concrete planning, and is a member of the Royal Fee for Monuments and Websites of Belgium’s Brussels-Capital area.