Webinar: Tactical Urbanism – Lessons for Urban (re)Development, hosted by the Kyiv School of Economics

Pandemics. Floods. Earthquakes. War. Cities are our most valuable social, economic, and cultural creations but generally lack quick, resilient responses to single or any number of overlapping crises.

Principal and Co-Founder of Street Plans, an urban planning, design, and research-advocacy firm Mike Lydon will give a lecture Tactical Urbanism – Lessons for Urban (re)Development as a part of KSE Urban Development Talks. He will discuss a range of tools, tactics, and methods for responding to unforeseen challenges that result in safer, more productive, and inclusive cities.

Mike is an internationally sought-after planner, author, speaker, and designer of livable cities who has led more than 100 temporary and permanent street redesign projects across the United States. Having delivered more than 300 keynotes, workshops, trainings, and lectures, he has exerted a global influence on how people think about transforming the public realm. In 2018 he was named by Planetizen as one of the 100 most influential urbanists of all-time.
He is the creator and primary author of The Open Streets Project and the co-author of the best-selling book Tactical Urbanism: Short-term Action for Long-term Change.

Topic: Tactical Urbanism – Lessons for Urban (re)Development
Date: September 12th
Time: 5:00pm Kyiv / 7:00am PDT / 10:00am EDT

Registration via Zoom: https://bit.ly/3D65FPi

KSE Mission: In a world of colliding economic, political, technological and nature-led forces, Ukraine in its current shape and form is not a sustainable player. For the country to survive and thrive, to be a value for the world and to itself in tackling some of the most serious challenges ever faced by humankind, Ukraine must nurture a very strong intellectual capacity. We exist to build the intellectual foundation for a strong and innovative economy of Ukraine as well as develop other spheres.

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