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Mark Alan Hughes: Live from Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen
Philadelphia’s former Deputy Mayor for Sustainability will be blogging live daily on FLIP video for PlanPhilly from Copenhagen Dec. 13-18. He is part of an official delegation from the University of Delaware’s Center for Energy and Environmental Policy, which is a United Nations-designated observer organization for the UN’s Climate Change Conference. Hughes and Penn-Tsingchua TC Chan Center colleague, Dr. Ali Malkawi, are also presenting at a UN panel called “Place-based Decarbonization Strategies: the Importance of Cities and Regions. Hughes is particularly excited to share ideas about Greenworks Philadelphia and the efforts of the Metropolitan Caucus.
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Mark Alan Hughes: Why Copenhagen matters
THIS column is about the importance of “what gets built and how” to life in Philadelphia. It’s a topic that applies to everywhere humans settle, which makes Philadelphia interesting because our neighborhoods display ways of building carried from every continent. Read full article.
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He will be blogging live on FLIP video from Copenhagen Dec. 13-18 about issues that most affect Philly: www.planphilly.com.
Mark Alan Hughes: Franklin Field’s new triple threat
…Being able to pump iron in the only place where Vince Lombardi ever lost a playoff game is worth the trouble. Read full article. Mark Alan Hughes teaches at PennDesign and the TC Chan Center for Energy Studies. E-mail: email@example.com.
Mark Alan Hughes: High concept on the High Line
… There is a guide for what we can do throughout Philadelphia by changing vacant land from liability to asset. Read full article. Mark Alan Hughes teaches at PennDesign and the TC Chan Center for Energy Studies. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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