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Regeneration Realities is the second in the Urban Pamphleteer Series (following Future and Smart Cities). The series, from the UCL Urban Laboratory, draws on the history of radical pamphleteering to stimulate debate and instigate change.
Once again it features some of the best thinkers on urban issues:
Duncan Bowie, Emma Dent Coad, Howard Read, Loretta Lees, David Roberts, Andrea Luka Zimmerman, Alexandre Apsan Frediani, Stephanie Butcher, Paul Watt, Isaac Marrero- Guillamón, Alberto Duman, Martine Drozdz, Phil Cohen, Ben Campkin, Michael Edwards and isik.knutsdotter.
Future & Smart Cities
Future and Smart Cities is the first in the Urban Pamphleteer Series. The series, from the UCL Urban Laboratory, draws on the history of radical pamphleteering to stimulate debate and instigate change. It features some of the best thinkers on urban issues, including Muki Haklay, Sarah Bell, Alan Penn, Christoph Lindner, John Bingham-Hall, Brian Dixon, Laura Vaughan, Mike Crang & Stephen Graham, Regner Ramos, Susan Collins, Yvonne Rogers, Licia Capra & Johannes Schöning, and Antoine Picon.
The series is edited by Ben Campkin and Rebecca Ross, and designed by Guglielmo Rossi. It is produced with financial support from the UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities.
The series was launched on 26 April 2013 at Cities Methodologies, UCL Urban Laboratory's annual exhibition, held at the Slade Research Centre, UCL.
A book based on the London 2062 work, edited by Sarah Bell and James Paskins, was published in November 2013.
The London 2062 book features new work that addresses London’s future, including academic writing, opinion pieces and illustrations. The book also features the winning entries from the London 2062 competition, which invited contributions from UCL students.
For more details about the book please visit the London 2062 website.
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