Business and civic leaders, experts, teachers, students, and citizens from all walks of life contributing to the leadership of Portland, Oregon as the most sustainability conscious city in the United States.
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The Walkable City by Jeff Speck
How do we solve the problem of the suburbs? Urbanist Jeff Speck shows how we can free ourselves from dependence on the car -- which he calls "a gas-belching, time-wasting, life-threatening prosthetic device" -- by making our cities more walkable and more pleasant for more people.
TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference. Published on Oct 14, 2013
Mr. Speck talks about Portland, Oregon and it's early (1970's) commitment to bicycles and walkability. He has spoken in Portland, Oregon and remains a strong supporter of Portland's "new way."
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EarthSayer Jeff Speck
Sustainability Used To Be A Lot More Work:Portland Center Stage
Why Don't You Do Something About It? by Sarajoy Pond
Architecture and Sustainability by Sergio Palleroni
Minority Entrepreneurs in Technology with James Pritchett
Neighborhoods: One Size Does Not Fit All
Healthcare & Homelessness Panel at Portland City Club
Oregon Governor on Coal and Cars- Kate Brown
Albina Community Bank and Sustainability
Fostering Relationship between Committee and Community by LeRoy Patton
Spongy Parking Lots by Ruth Ann Barrett
Old Town/Chinatown Revitalization: Winning Solutions through Restorations
Eliminating Homelessness in Portland: Deja vu All Over Again? (2005)
Portland's City Life Agency with Michael Montoya
Portland City Charter Review Discussion
Deep Green, the Movie
What Is Community Rights Movement by Paul Cienfuegos
Practical Steps to Address Portland's Homeless Crisis
Ozzie Gonzalez, LEED A.P
Rehabilitation of Old Town/Chinatown Neighborhood
State of Our Equity: Equal Pay, Income Inequality, & the Minimum Wage Debate
Racism and Portland, Oregon by William Mitchell
Portland Architecture: How Good is Good Enough?
Can a Private Business Model Work for Public Universities?
Marcelo Bonta of the Center for Diversity & the Environment
The Walkable City by Jeff Speck
Growing Awareness Into Action by Barbara Ford
5 Things You Should Know About Homelessness-Portland
Portland Oregon's Bold Climate Action and Sustainability
Susan Anderson and Jill Kolek: Portland, OR: Solarize Portland Campaig
Do We Have to Choose? Clean Air, Good Roads, Smart Choice?
The Necessity of 'Action Ecology' by Dr. M. Jahi Chappell
Local Efforts to End Homelessness
The Metropolitan Revolution: Selling Sustainability
Respect and Equality for All by Ramon Ramirez
Community-driven Culture of Portland, Oregon, 1 of 2: Rob Bennett
When the Ordinary Just Won't Do by Renee Ward
Negotiating Portland's Development Projects with John Russell
A Clear Vision: An Equitable Planet 2 of 2
The Carrot Zone Presentation by Ruth Ann Barrett
Sustainability: EarthDay for All and the Challenge of Inequity: Ron Sims
All About Kiva: Matt and Jessica Flannery
On Being Eco-minded by Lorie Wigle
What Do Oregonians Care About in 2013 with Adam Davis
Oregon Statewide Planning Goal 10 (2017) with Don Mazziotti
The Story of "U" by Ruth Ann Barrett
Raw Faith: Marilyn Sewell