Lecture Series: Resilience Of Downtown San Diego

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Lecture Series: Resilience of Downtown San Diego: its sustainability, preparedness, livability, and equity

Professors and one graduate student from SDSU will provide a presentation and panel discussion regarding the resilience and sustainability of Downtown San Diego focused on livability and equity in the context of our cross-cultural region.

Past – 1960’s: The panel will discuss recent history, opening with the decline of Downtown in the 1960s, relative to the construction of the interstate freeways, shopping malls, and suburban development.

Redevelopment – 1975 to Present: Discussion of Downtown San Diego’s remarkable redevelopment, using a model of mixed-use and public financing, including the construction of Horton Plaza, the Convention Center, Padres Ballpark, and residential development.

Future: Panel will discuss future measures of sustainability and resilience in the context of Downtown San Diego related to population growth, climate change, as well as its multi-national population and Pacific Rim connections.


Speakers:
Kotaro Nakamura, AIA, LEED AP Director, School of Art + Design, PSFA, SDSU
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Dr. Larry Herzog, Professor Graduate Program in City Planning, School of Public Affairs, PSFA, SDSU
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Dr. Nico Calavita, Professor Emeritus Graduate Program in City Planning, School of Public Affairs, PSFA, SDSU
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Beryl Forman Graduate Student, City Planning, SDSU, Specializes in Placemaking Marketing and Mobility Coordinator, The El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association

Light bites and beverages will be served.
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By: Rethink San Diego

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