Montreal: Today and Tomorrow

IPAM Bilingual Roundtable
Co-chaired by Phyllis Lambert, architect, IPAM president and Dinu Bumbaru, Policy Director for Heritage Montreal, member of IPAM CA

[1] Environment with Alex Aylett, Trudeau Scholar, Urban Geographer, UBC and senior research associate, Sustainable Cities International (A Critical Overview of what has been achieved in going green, and what  more should be done now. A multi- issued approach dealing with building codes, transport,climate change…)

[2] The Housing Question with Edith Cyr, executive director, Batire son Quartier
(An overview of housing needs, particularly social housing and the homeless, and what new goals are needed)

[3] Social Justice and the City with Winnie Frohn, urban studies, UQAM
(An critical overview of outstaning issues  like poverty, food security, unemployment, prostitution, drugs and human rights…)

[4] Democracy with Dimitri Roussopoulos,vice-president, IPAM
(An overview of the democratic tools in place, their use, the problems of governance, and what needs to be done)

13h30
Palais des Congres
1001 Place Jean Paul Riopelle
Room 517 D
Montreal
Friday 26 August 2011
This session takes place within the Ecocity World Summit 2011

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