As part of a global initiative called ‘City 2.0′, Greenbang is pleased to announce our media partnership with TEDx London.
With the projection that by 2050, 75% of us will reside in urban areas, cities are important to our future. They provide incredible opportunities for living, working and playing. However, as they grow, they face problems. Overcrowding, congestion, shifting demographics and air pollution to name but a few.
Focused on discussing ‘The Future of Cities’ – the City 2.0 event features speakers and performers who will explore our options and opportunities to build better cities and run them more effectively.
The event takes place at The Crystal, Royal Victoria Docks, London on Friday 6th December 2013.
You can register and buy tickets here:
You’ll have to hurry as there are only a handful left!
Many thanks and see you there!
The Greenbang and TEDxLondon team
⁃ Suzanne Holt Ballard: Behavioral Scientist/Co-founder, Future Cities Lab
⁃ Michael Batty: Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
⁃ Mischa Dohler: Chair Professor in Wireless Communications at King’s College,
⁃ Katharine Harborne: Environmentalist & Councillor
⁃ Michael Pawlyn: Architect
⁃ Roma Agrawal: Associate Structural Engineer at WSP
⁃ Leo Hollis: Author & Journalist
⁃ Alexander Grunsteidl: Interaction Designer
⁃ Tom Wright: Executive Director of Regional Plan Association
⁃ Jonathan Keeling: PavegenTM (clean technology)
⁃ Vanessa Harden: Installation Designer