Thursday, April 3, 2014
The Idaho Law Review symposium, Resilient Cities: Environment | Economy | Equity, will be live-streamed all day on Friday, April 4. Check out the live-stream here. You can also join into the conversation by entering questions into the chat function next to the live-stream video. A student will be watching for questions and we will try to integrate them into the live discussion, as possible.
The schedule is below with all times Mountain.
|8:00 – 8:30||Registration and Continental Breakfast
|8:30 – 9:00||Introduction and Welcome Symposium Introduction: Alexandra Grande; Tori Osler (ILR symposium student editors) Welcome: David Bieter (Mayor, City of Boise) Dean's Welcome: Michael Satz (Idaho)|
|9:00 – 10:30||
Disaster, Destruction, and Resilient Cities Moderator: Dale Goble (Idaho) Kellen Zale (University of Houston Law Center) – Urban Resiliency and the Right to Destroy John Travis Marshall and Ryan Rowberry (Georgia State) – Urban Wreckage and Resiliency: Articulating a Practical Framework for Preserving, Reconstructing, and Building Cities Andrea McArdle (CUNY) – Imagining A Resilient New York After Superstorm Sandy
|10:45 – 12:00||Social Aspects of Resilient Cities Moderator: Anastasia Telesetsky (Idaho) Palma Strand (Creighton) – Increasing City-System Resilience by Cultivating Civic Social Networks Melissa Berry (University of Missouri) – Thinking Like a City: Grounding Social-Ecological Resilience in an Urban Land Ethic|
|12:00 – 1:30||Lunch with Keynote Moderator: Barbara Cosens Ken Alex (California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research) – 20-30 minute presentation|
|1:30 – 1:45||Break|
|1:45 – 3:15||Resiliency, Equity, and Economy Moderator: Jerrold Long Christopher Odinet (Southern University Law Center) – Fairness, Equity, and a Level Playing Field: Land-use Goals for the Resilient City Jeff Litwak (Columbia River Gorge Commission) – Implementing Resiliency: Urban Services Without Borders Jon Rosenbloom (Drake) – Funding Resiliency|
|3:15 – 3:30||Break|
|3:30 – 5:00||Resiliency and Planning for City Growth Moderator: Stephen Miller Tom Bergin (Blaine County Land Use & Building Services) and Tom Wuerzer (Department of Community and Regional Planning Boise State University) – Fire Resilience Policy and Planning at the Wildland-Urban Interface: Impressions from Idaho Keith Hirokawa (Albany) – Planning for Scarcity: Enabling Resilient Urban Water Planning Through Eco System Services|
|5:00 – 5:15||Concluding Remarks|
|5:15 – 6:15||Reception|
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