Should Seattle declare war on parking to fight climate change? Make no mistake: The rising cost and declining amount of on-street parking downtown are part of a much bigger plan to reduce Seattle's carbon footprint. More people are now taking mass transit, and that's in part due to higher parking prices. When you make parking more expensive, fewer people can afford it. There's tension at the heart of city policy between creating more transit mobility (and saving the environment) and keeping costs down for low-wage workers. Nevertheless, transportation and cars are still the biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions in Seattle. Under its current climate action plan, Seattle needs to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from transportation 15 times faster than it's currently doing. To see and hear more KUOW's new series, The Burning Question, visit http://bit.ly/2DO8HH2 or KUOW.org. Story by David Hyde, by @_meganfarmer#carbon#seattle#washingtonstate#parking#environment#climate
#phillyURF is ON!!! #phillyMETRO RSVP #FREE for the inaugural #UrbanRegenerationForum at bit.ly/phillyurf! 6pm-9pm on Monday January 22 @jeffersonuniv Brent Auditorium, 1020 Locust St.
In the tradition of the Urban Sustainability Forum (hosted by the Academy of Natural Sciences) and Conversations Toward a Sustainable Philadelphia (hosted by the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia and Judy Wicks) we are pleased to introduce the Urban Regeneration Forum.
The first event will be on Monday, January 22nd, hosted in a 200+ person venue in Center City at Jefferson University, and will feature Bill Reed from Regenesis as well as a panel of local leaders walking the Regenerative talk. Bill's lecture will provide an overview of Regeneration and provide a luanchpad for local, larger-scale discourse around regeneration.
Coffee will be provided by Good Karma Cafe and baked treats will be provided by High Point Cafe. (Be sure to eat dinner before the event or bring something along with you!) Each event in the Urban Regeneration Forum series will
Have a different theme (Introduction to Regenerative Thinking, Regenerative approach to Resilience, to Re-Industrialization, to Life Cycles & Supply Chains, to Food Systems, to Communities, etc)Highlight local leaders within that arenaBe supported by partnerships with many of the region's sustainability non-profits and higher ed institutions via their sustainability programs (see our amazing line-up of partners on the event page), as well as international leaders in regeneration advocacyRotate among universities for physical location
Local leaders panel on January 22:
Melissa Lee, CEO of the GREEN Program Fern Gookin, Director of Sustainability, Revolution Recovery, and Co-Founder of RAIR (Recycled Artist in Residency) Sylvester Mobley, Executive Director, Coded by Kids
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