Please join us as our visiting researcher, Patrick Driscoll, from Aalborg University-Copenhagen, presents how climate change mitigation and adaption planning is being used in Copenhagen as an guiding principle for sustainable urban development in two areas of the city, Sankt Kjelds Climate Quarter and the North Harbor re-development project.
The City of Copenhagen has a goal of climate neutrality by 2025 and climate resilience by 2030, and has established an investment program of $660 million dollars (from both public and private investment) over the next 17 years to achieve those goals.
Please join us on Wed June 5 to learn more. Please RSVP to Khanh Pham at email@example.com. Thanks!
The Oregon Geographic Alliance (OGA), at Portland State University, will act as fiscal agent and collaborator on a $75,000 grant from the John and Betty Gray Geography Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation.
Join the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, the PSU Environmental Club, and the PSU Institute for Sustainable Solutions at a special event to discuss proposed goals and policies to protect and enhance Portland’s natural environment and watershed health.