Photo by Sergio Ruiz for SPUR
In many communities, resilience planning is synonymous with gentrification; there’s a fear that creating a more resilient neighborhood means increasing displacement. And many of these communities are facing far more immediate dangers, such as homelessness, job scarcity and environmental issues. Yet the participation of these very communities will be critical to our success in addressing global warming. Come learn about the innovative techniques being developed to involve local residents in productive dialogue around the implications of global warming in their neighborhoods. Co-presented by ULI San Francisco.
+ Janette Kim / California College of the Arts
+ Marquita Price / East Oakland Neighborhoods Initiative
+ Tim Mollette-Parks / Mithun
+ Brad Leibin / David Baker Architects
Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.