Green Cities Lecture Series

Green Cities is CSU's monthly virtual lecture program that takes place on the first Thursday of each month and focuses on achievements in sustainability and resilience worldwide.


May 29-29, 2024

Green Cities Sao Paulo

May 9, 2024

Green Cities EXTRA: Learning from Greensburg, Kansas

April 29, 2024

Green Cities Shanghai

March 13, 2024

Green Cities Nottingham: Broad Marsh Vision by David Rudlin

February 21, 2024

Green Books: Participatory and Resilient Urban Governance

February 14, 2024

Green Cities Sydney: Challenges And Opportunities In The City

January 29, 2024

Green Cities January: Insights from COP28 by Yasemin Kologlu

December 6, 2023

Green Cities Nairobi: The Greening of Kibra/Kibera, Africa’s Largest Slum

November 15, 2023

Updated Green Cities: Community Engagement in Urban Design

October 25, 2023

Green Cities Paris: La Ferme du Rail

October 5, 2023

Green Books: Why Public Space Matters with Setha Low

September 20, 2023

Green Cities: Washington, DC Thoughts on Reimagining Urban Sites

August 16, 2023

Green Cities Chile: Chilean Urbanization with Jonathan Barton

July 31, 2023

Green Cities Perú: Miraflores Centennial Park with Eileen Dancuart

June 15, 2023

Smaller Cities In A Shrinking World: Finding A Sustainable Future

April 19, 2023

Plan Z for Miami

February 28, 2023

Walkable Density

January 26, 2023

Amsterdam, Netherlands

December 8, 2022

New York & New Jersey Harbors Study

October 31, 2022

New York City, USA

September 23, 2022

Lessons Learned at the World Urban Forum

August 25, 2022

Guayaquil, Ecuador

July 14-15, 2022

Melbourne, Australia  

June 17, 2022

Guadalajara, Mexico

May 5, 2022

Eskisehir and Ankara, Turkey

April 7, 2022

Resilient City Systems in the Low Countries: Landscape and Urbanism

March 3, 2022

A Climate-Resilient Economy and Net-Zero Future for California

December 2, 2021

Singapore

November 4, 2021

Chicago, USA

October 21, 2021

Booktalk with Harrison Fraker and Douglas Kelbaugh

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