LBJ In the Arena: April 1, 2020
LBJ Urban Lab Director Steven Pedigo sat down for a one-on-one conversation with Professor Richard Florida, one of the world's leading thinkers in urban studies. Florida is the University Professor at the University of Toronto and the co-founder of City Lab.
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Pedigo and Florida's conversation included a presentation: How the COVID-19 Pandemic Will Reshape Our Cities.
City and county leadership during COVID-19
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LBJ Urban Lab Director Steven Pedigo talks with Peter Mullan, CEO of the Waterloo Greenway Conservancy, about how COVID-19 is impacting public spaces in our communities.
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As the pandemic expands nationally — upending life in dense urban areas and remote hamlets alike — there are few satisfying answers.
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Once we get through this, cities as we know them will be changed forever.
Coronavirus Regional Economic Impacts and Policy Responses
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Protecting City Life After COVID-19
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