Cities: And the laws, beauty, quality, and grace within them.
The TinyCities Podcast is a place where Walter Clapp and Kamila Kudelska interview experts about the story of cities and electricity. The podcast will drop 7 highly produced episodes telling a simple story about a crazy complex problem, followed by regular ongoing quasi-scripted dialogue with listeners and experts.
Each of the first 7 episodes dives deep into the granular details and concept behind the 21st-Century-City. This is the story of what cities are, were, and what the future of cities might hold. We hope that after listening to the series, you will want to learn more and possibly even join us in building a larger story.
Some of the voices you will hear on the Podcast are:
Luis Bettencourt - Pritzker Director of the Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation at the University of Chicago
Gretchen Bakke - Author of "The Grid"
Stephen Flynn - Founding Director, Global Resilience Institute
Peter Asmus - Renewable Energy Research Analyst
Thomas Lotshow - Tahoe Regional Planning Agency
Scott Kessler - Brooklyn Microgrid and LO3 Energy
Allen Pierce - Architect and Philosopher
Nans Voron - Urban Designer at Scape
Lynn Pham - Landscape Architect at Scape
Mike Aziz - Architect at Perkins and Will
Norio Yamato - Urban Planner at Mori Memorial Foundation
Dhiru Thadani - International Society of City and Regional Planners