About This Show
The Future Cities Podcast explores how cities are making themselves more resilient to extreme weather events like flooding, drought, and heat waves. We will try to be complete in our discussion of this topic by including social, ecological, and technological dimensions of resilience.
Para llegar a un público más amplio, algunos episodios serán en español.
New episodes will be released at the start of every month.
If you have questions about things we've discussed or have suggestions for topics you'd like us to address, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
Most Recent Episode
Poems for Resilient and Equitable Cities
Local Phoenix poets including Kimberly Koerth, Jacob Friedman, Rashaad Thomas, and Anna Flores read original poetry about Resilience, Equity, and Diversity (RED) in cities as part of the UREx La RED Poetry Competition. The first half of the episode features the poems, the poets' inspirations, and what the poets hoped the audience would take away by listening to it. The second half of the episode features a discussion with several of the poets on the power of poetry as a tool for making our cities more resilient and equitable places to live.