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The Parksify Podcast interviews planners, urbanists, and authors about our cities' public spaces and their impacts on the communities we live in.

The Parksify Podcast interviews planners, urbanists, and authors about our cities' public spaces and their impacts on the communities we live in.

Location:

United States

Description:

The Parksify Podcast interviews planners, urbanists, and authors about our cities' public spaces and their impacts on the communities we live in.

Twitter:

@Parksify

Language:

English


Episodes

Brent Toderian on His Former Role as Vancouver's Chief Planner

2/13/2018
Brent Toderian joins us to discuss his former role as Vancouver's Chief Planner and some of the challenges facing cities.

Duration:00:25:51

Patrick Duggan and Stuart Andrews on Art and City Resilience

2/6/2018
Patrick Duggan and Stuart Andrews discuss a research project in New Orleans to study how arts and culture contribute to the resiliency of cities.

Duration:00:24:03

Ryan Undercoffer on the Government-Citizen Relationship

1/30/2018
When it comes to the government-citizen relationship, there's often a disconnect between the voices and desires of residents and the actions taking place on a municipal level. Ryan Undercoffer, the founder of Citizen Guidebook discusses methods that can be used to help heal the divide between residents and officials.

Duration:00:18:47

Walter Clapp on Biomimicry and the Power Grid

1/23/2018
Walter Clapp, the founder and Director of Community Adaptation, LLC discusses the challenges facing our power grid & how we can better design our cities through the use of biomimicry.

Duration:00:23:42

Jeff Speck on Shared Space Street Design

1/16/2018
Jeff Speck, planner and author of Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America One Step at a Time, joins me to discuss the benefits and challenges of shared space street design, which is a concept developed by Dutch traffic engineer Hans Monderman.

Duration:00:22:18

Josh Graham on Affordable Housing

1/9/2018
Josh Graham, the founder and CEO of Ehab, discusses the benefits of using blockchain to promote the development of affordable housing.

Duration:00:20:18

2017 in Review

1/2/2018
Jacob Moses joins Ash Blankenship to discuss their favorite episodes of 2017. This year, their favorites include episodes with author Melody Warnick, Milenko Matanovic, and Dr. Robert Zarr, among others.

Duration:00:32:18