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Cities@Tufts Colloquium Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Julian Agyeman
01:26:03
Please post questions!
Katherine (Kat) Shor | she/her
01:28:42
What do you perceive to be the connection between a just transition and an abolitionist vision to deconstruct all forms of oppression and invest in community care, mutuality, and reciprocity?
Meghan R. Tenhoff
01:34:42
Designs for the Pluriverse, A Escobar
Katherine (Kat) Shor | she/her
01:36:28
Speculative future sounds a lot like speculative fiction - how is design and planning practice informed by Afrofuturist visions and imaginations?
Meghan R. Tenhoff
01:40:56
Q: Can you speak to the just transition with regard to renewable energy both upstream and downstream. (The gendered labor of e-waste vs construction)
Allison (she/her)
01:44:33
What will it take to finally kill the workforce skills gap discourse? Is there a city you know of which is eschewing the typical, business-demand driven, labor supply development model? Thank you for being here! We appreciate it
Meghan R. Tenhoff
01:45:18
Yes the Re-baking
Lindsay Naughton
01:45:38
Design is expensive and frequently paid for by a client. I would love to know a bit more about who pays for and commissions designs in a just transition?
Julian Agyeman
01:51:01
Any more questions?
Katherine (Kat) Shor | she/her
01:51:56
How does design connect to the relational aspects of systems change?
Adam Rubelmann
01:52:48
Is there anything we can learn from the European Green Deal and its implementation of Just Transitions?
Lindsay Naughton
01:53:16
thank you!!
Laurie Goldman (she, her)
01:53:23
Do you have advice for our students in how they might engage communities in visioning processes. What skills and types of relationships are key to this?
Gloria Huangpu (she/her)
01:54:37
You mentioned the just transition model is not as widely adopted in areas of the world, like in Asia. Considering the rate of development in Asia in particular, are there other models that are more popular in these parts of the world?
Alexandra Hamby
01:54:38
Transitioning into a Green future requires the “death” of carbon dependent industries. Do you believe these industries will transition into greener technologies/methodologies or will they have a “funeral” and allow the rise of new Green industry leaders? Kind of referring to Julian’s comment of transformation vs transition.
Katherine (Kat) Shor | she/her
01:55:19
@Alex - I see this as an abolition of these carbon dependent industries, and an investment in green alternatives!
Katherine (Kat) Shor | she/her
01:55:40
Abolition is about way more than prison systems!
Alexandra Hamby
01:57:13
@Kat I agree. One part of me hopes that current energy industry leaders will realize the dire need to transition, but you are probably right in the fact that an abolition is necessary in order to adopt green alternatives.
Andrew Brieff
01:57:40
Thank you!
Yvette Niwa (she/her)
01:57:41
Thank you!!
Anthony Collins
01:57:44
Thank you!!!
Joshua McLinden
01:57:44
thank you!
Katy Wassam
01:57:44
Thank you!
Nicole Stephens
01:57:45
Thank you
Gabby J. Queenan
01:57:45
Thank you!!
Maggie Peard
01:57:46
Thanks!
Alexandra Hamby
01:57:46
Thank you!!
Gloria Huangpu (she/her)
01:57:47
Thank you!
Erik Wilson
01:57:47
Thank you!
Meghan R. Tenhoff
01:57:48
Thank you!!
Amber Davis
01:57:50
Thank you!!!
Molly Kaviar
01:57:54
thanks!
Noah Barrientos (he,him)
01:57:55
Thank you so much
Sophie Schildhause
01:58:19
thank you