LSE Cities is an affiliate partner of the London Policy Conference, which explores a wide range of policy issues under three key themes: London as a world-class global city; London’s diversity, sustainability and inclusivity for all its citizens; The future of London as a smarter, cleaner, greener city. For detailed programme and information, see the conference website.
For The Atlantic, Julia Levitt interviews filmmaker Gary Hustwit, whose latest movie Urbanized, featuring LSE Cities director Ricky Burdett, premiered in the UK in late October at the LSE. In another interview, Liz Dunn, founder of Seattle-based Preservation Green Lab and alumna of LSE’s Cities Programme talks on the economics of urban grain.
Designer & Books choose Living in the Endless City, the latest summary of the Urban Age Project, among Notable Books of 2011. D&B is devoted to publishing lists of books that esteemed members of the design community identify as personally important, meaningful, and formative – which is why we are especially thrilled about it!