The Wiki on Sustainable Just Cities is one of the main resources being produced by UrbanA. It is an ongoing, open-ended online collaborative database and knowledge source. It captures the learning process of the UrbanA Community of Practice and is an important part of UrbanA’s knowledge commons. It includes a database of approaches to just and sustainable cities.
Urban Arena Podcasts form a series of critical conversations with activists, entrepreneurs, intellectuals and policy-makers in different European cities who are working, in complimentary and conflicting ways, to create cities that respond to the twin challenges of justice and sustainability.
We want your voice on the pod. If you’d like to be an Urban Arena’s podcast correspondent then please answer the question ‘What is a sustainable and just city?’ in a maximum of 3 minutes. We encourage you to think about urban sustainability and justice together.
Things to keep in mind when recording – choose a quiet place (get in a cupboard, climb under your blanket!); turn off fans, TVs and phones; listen to your recording possibilities (is it better via phone or with mic?).
Send your recording via email to email@example.com
This month Kate and Ian take a break from interviewing as Sophia Silverton chats with Isabell Eberlein and Denis Petri from Changing Cities. They talk about the role of participatory actions in trying to bring about more just distributions of urban space. The conversation is framed around the notion of ‘governance arrangements’.
We’re talking about drivers of urban injustice: https://wiki.urban-arena.eu/index.php?title=Database_of_drivers_of_injus…
This month our podcaster Kate McGinn talks with Florian Strenge – an urbanist and UrbanA Fellow fascinated by spaces, people and processes.
Our urban arena podcast correspondent this month is Sophia Silverton, an enviromental governance researcher working with UrbanA.
This month our podcaster Kate McGinn is on interview duty while Ian Cook takes a well earned break! Here Kate catches up with UrbanA Fellow Kemo Camara, founder and CEO of Omek, a new digital and physical platform dedicated to the social and professional advancement of the African diaspora community.
This month we’re speaking with Marilyn Hamilton, the founder of Integral City and author of the Integral City book series. This month we also launch a new feature – the Urban Arena podcast correspondent! We want your voice on the pod. If you’d like to featured then please answer the question ‘What is a sustainable and just city?’ in a maximum of 3 minutes. It’s up to you what you put in your message, but we encourage you to think about urban sustainability and justice together. Our first correspondent is Marcelline Bonneau CEO & founder at Resilia Solutions.
This month we’re talking with Panagiota Kotsila, a political ecologist with the Barcelona Lab for Urban Environmental Justice and Sustainability and part of Undisciplined Environments. She talks about ‘Nature-based solutions as discursive tools and contested practices in urban nature’s neoliberalisation processes’.
In this fifth episode, we’re talking with Rafael Calado about FabLabs. Rafael is Programme and Operations Manager at FabLab Lisboa. An architect by trade, he also co-founded Repair Café Lisboa and BioHacking Group Lisboa 2017. Behind the mic our resident podcasters are joined by special guest Lucia Di Paola.
In this fourth episode, we are lucky to speak with Elisabeth Schober, Associate Professor at the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Oslo. She is the Principle Investigator within the upcoming ‘Ports’ project, which will be funded by the European Research Council under the EU’s Horizon 2020 program.
In this second episode, we discuss transition management as a governance approach. We travel to a real live urban arena in Rotterdam and meet Derk Loorbach director of UrbanA partner, DRIFT, and Professor of Socio-economic Transitions at the Faculty of Social Science, both at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
In this first episode, we discuss sustainability and justice in food and transport. To help us do so, we are speaking (and cycling around Budapest) with UrbanA fellow Orsolya Lazányi. She is a co-founder of Cargonomia, a Budapest-based community space for locally-produced food and cargo bike rentals.
The first UrbanA video explores the question of why environmental sustainability and social justice must go hand in hand.
UrbanA Community Conversations: An ongoing series of online conversations about just sustainable cities led by people who are part of the UrbanA Community of Practice
6 videos of the presentations, interviews and discussion at the ‘Berlin’ Arena event, on Governance Arrangements for Sustainable Just Cities, March 18th & 19th, 2021
UrbanA’s open webinars
Two videos that introduce and explain the UrbanA wiki, which is a key tool in UrbanA’s knowledge co-creation and information sharing
A playlist of all UrbanA videos which deal with Covid-19, justice, and sustainability in cities