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Sustainable urban design can create social, economic and climate benefits when it is prioritized. California has typically led the world in sustainability policy but has a mixed record in urban form, while China is in the middle of an urban design transition from auto-oriented to people-oriented cities. What lessons can we learn from these two dynamic worlds? Hear how China’s urban growth could help build a sustainable and prosperous California.
+ Hal Harvey / Energy Innovation
+ Peter Calthorpe / Calthorpe Associates
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