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A lively conversation - Our Resilient City Wed., Oct. 14, Meeting Recording

Updated: Nov 4, 2020

Wednesday, October 14, 5:30 - 7 pm The Joy of the Journey: Transportation, Nature, and Health - Our Resilient City, View Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/rec/share/uOy8LZ3bkCZal7bxgxWFoMzBWge66Zp_rNrm4VQKHyM3Ao84Hx6jyWr0XZx4epWz.4Iyn51YRLx-lYLm7 Passcode: gK5*!.r6


This was a lively, multi-disciplinary conversation with leading experts about the intersection of people and the planet using strategies involving transportation planning, changing behaviors, best using our natural systems to protect, restore, and benefit nature and people, enhancing equitable access for all.

Marissa Aho, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Houston;

David Fields, Chief Transportation Planner, City of Houston;

Jaime Gonzalez, Resilient Cities Director, The Nature Conservancy- Houston;

Jay Maddock, PhD, Co-Director, Center for Health and Nature, Professor of Environmental Health, Texas A & M University.




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