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We are committed to generating and disseminating knowledge, and to working with communities, governments, and industry to bring this knowledge to bear on the world's most pressing challenges. Our goal is to apply advanced analysis and design to understand and solve pressing urban and environmental problems.

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We are committed to generating and disseminating knowledge, and to working with communities, governments, and industry to bring this knowledge to bear on the world's most pressing challenges. Our goal is to apply advanced analysis and design to understand and solve pressing urban and environmental problems.

    Episode 11 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Carlo Ratti

    Episode 11 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Carlo Ratti

    Episode 11 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Carlo Ratti by dusp@MIT

    • 18 min
    Episode 10 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Gabriella Carolini

    Episode 10 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Gabriella Carolini

    Episode 10 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Gabriella Carolini by dusp@MIT

    • 17 min
    Episode 9 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Justin Steil

    Episode 9 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Justin Steil

    Episode 9 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Justin Steil by dusp@MIT

    • 16 min
    Episode 8 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Ceasar McDowell

    Episode 8 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Ceasar McDowell

    Episode 8 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Ceasar McDowell by dusp@MIT

    • 16 min
    Episode 7 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Bish Sanyal

    Episode 7 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Bish Sanyal

    Episode 7 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Bish Sanyal by dusp@MIT

    • 14 min
    Episode 6 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Albert Saiz

    Episode 6 - Planning Ideas that Matter: Urban Science : Albert Saiz

    The sixth episode of Planning Ideas that Matter, featuring guest Albert Saiz, Director of the Urban Economics Lab and a faculty member at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Saiz explores the relationship between real estate developers and urban planners - and what the introduction of urban science, big data, and robotization will mean for that relationship and the urban ecosystem.

    Planning Ideas that Matter is a podcast built upon faculty debates held in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Fall 2017 debates fall under the broad heading - Urban Science: Regression to Technocracy or Pathway to Progressive Planning?

    • 15 min

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