School of Built Environment and Development Studies Seminar
Title: Durban as a regional hub: Pro-growth, pro-poor and environmental entanglements
Speaker: Catherine Sutherland (Glen Robbins and Dianne Scott)
Time: 12h30 – 13h50, 22 October 2014.
Venue: Seminar Room F213, School of Built Environment and Development Studies, Memorial Tower Building, UKZN. Google maps: -29.866933,30.981963
Catherine Sutherland is a lecturer in the School of Built Environment and Development Studies. She has recently completed a four year EU funded project that has focused on spatial knowledge production for more sustainable cities. This project compared ten cities in Brazil, India, Peru and South Africa. Her current research interests include society-space-environment relations in fast growing towns and cities, the policies and practises around housing for the urban poor and the water/climate governance nexus.
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