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A Prescription for Healthy Urbanism
The Corona Virus Pandemic has forced global population centers to reexamine the fundamental justifications of urbanism. While science develops a response, the City’s core identity, as a hub for the exchange of ideas, innovation, and culture is challenged to adopt the necessary health protocols. Concurrently, technological interface is increasingly, successfully, displacing the live interactions which had defined civic life.
As our understanding of the Virus continues to expand, we are realizing that the response to the pandemic requires a resiliency strategy paralleling other environmental threats. Key elements of urban infrastructure such as transit and education, are finding find new ways to function; and the role and purpose of Public Places, including commercial centers and open space is evolving as communities explore their public health response.
How will the City retain its relevance as the world adjusts to new safety protocols and new technology emphasizing decentralization? And how can these responses embody an equitable social response that allows Baltimore to grow stronger in response? This webinar invites a panel of local and national experts to weigh in on the challenges and opportunities confronting society as it addresses the meaning of urbanism and civic culture.
2020 ULI Virtual Fall Meeting
Be a part of the most influential real estate event of the year. Join thousands of leaders from every sector of the industry October 13-15, 2020.
October 13, 2020 - October 15, 2020
Global ULI Online