SPUR Evening Forum: Reshaping Metropolitan America

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    EVENING FORUM

Reshaping Metropolitan America

Thursday, April 11, 2013, 6:00 p.m.
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Image courtesy Flickr user MSH*

Nearly half the buildings that will be standing in 2030 do not exist today. That means we have a tremendous opportunity to reinvent our urban areas, making them more sustainable and livable for future generations. But for this vision to become reality, those interested in planning, growth and new buildings need reliable data about emerging trends and smart projections about how those trends will play out. Join the author of Reshaping Metropolitan America for a discussion of how our urban future may evolve.

Co-presented with Island Press.

+ Dr. Arthur “Chris” Nelson, Metropolitan Research Center


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