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This first panel of the Carmin Memorial Symposium on Urban Climate Adaptation held at MIT on December 5, 2014, in honor of Professor JoAnn Carmin (1957-2014) examines how emerging urban designs in response to climate change address (or n...
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As part of the Carmin Memorial Symposium on Urban Climate Adaptation held at MIT on December 5, 2014, in honor of Professor JoAnn Carmin (1957-2014), Isabelle Anguelovski, Prof. Carmin’s first doctoral student, presents Prof. Carmin's pi...
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This is the introduction to the Carmin Memorial Symposium on Urban Climate Adaptation held at MIT on December 5, 2014, in honor of Professor JoAnn Carmin (1957-2014), Associate Professor of Environmental Policy and Planning at the Depart...
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Dick Luthy is the Silas H. Palmer Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University and a Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment. His expertise is environmental engineering and wa...
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A free webinar on using the "acs" package in the R statistical programming language, featuring DUSP Lecturer Ezra Haber Glenn and hosted by the Orange County R User Group. This one-hour on-line event provides a general introduction to th...
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The Spring 2013 shrinking cities studio BALTIMORE INVERSIONS questioned the current peculiar condition where urbanity is outmatched by reality. Taking a former petroleum refinery site whose owners themselves wish to invert the site’s his...
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The Spring 2012 shrinking cities studio examined the “privatopolis” of SAUGET, ILLINOIS. Directly across the Mississippi River from Eero Saarinen’s St. Louis Arch, Sauget embodies the multiple paradoxes of American urbanism: a municipali...
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On April 30, 2012 MacArthur Fellow and 2013 National Humanities Award winner Camilo Jose Vergara, author of several books and exhibitions on Detroit and other shrinking cities, spoke about his reflections on Detroit after 30 years of vis...
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