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Cities@Tufts with Kian Goh - Shared screen with speaker view
Perri Sheinbaum (she/hers)
17:21
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Perri Sheinbaum (she/hers)
18:58
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Perri Sheinbaum (she/hers)
29:21
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Meghan R. Tenhoff
56:17
Place specific resilience- how is that different from increasing capacities?
Brown House
57:27
Could you talk a bit about other sites/cities that could benefit to purposefully establishing entities like the Red Hook Initiative? What barriers currently exist on this front?
Tom Llewellyn
58:12
Shareable: “In the Netherlands, water policies are protected from politics for the common good” https://www.shareable.net/in-the-netherlands-water-policies-are-protected-from-politics-for-the-common-good/
Brown House
58:27
To what extent do these sorts of masive engineering efforts cover up the real need for managed retreat, or other sorts of policy shifts (like better managing groundwater overpumping)
Meghan R. Tenhoff
58:28
Is increasing capacities more social/ justice focused vs resilience is investment in hard infrastructure?
Camille Minns (she/her)
01:00:19
You’ve made mention of the colonial relationship between The Netherlands and Indonesia and the conflict of accepting their assistance in these developments (compared to neighboring countries like China or SKorea). How was that contention reconciled, if at all? Can it be viewed as a kind of reparative process, or is it more of a “development aid project”, as one quote mentioned?
Amber Davis
01:00:34
In what ways can local government ensure sociological spatial connections of those who are 'disconnected from the grid' (elderly, undocumented, prisoners) are included in climate planning?
Laurie Goldman (she, her)
01:00:47
Foundations folks: think about the institutional and cultural context!
Kelan Koncewicz
01:03:52
What are challenges that come with the project in Jakarta that are unique to that city that may be different from issues the Dutch experience? Possibly with the local ecology, population size / density differences, or others.
Amber Davis
01:15:18
Thank you =)
Teva Needleman (she/her)
01:15:25
Thank you!
Camille Minns (she/her)
01:15:28
Thank you so much for this presentation and your responses, Dr. Goh!
Ben Ramos
01:15:31
thank you!
Lily Kramer
01:15:33
Thank you!