Environment Days at Carleton Oct 17 & 18
Oct 15-19: Berlin on the Go Exhibit, UC Galleria
Oct 17: Prof Inger Weibust “EU and Canadian Environmental Policy“
Keynote speaker, Dr. Ralph Buehler
October 18th, 2012
Reception & Networking | 5:15pm-6:00pm
Keynote Lecture & Discussion | 6:00pm-7:30pm
The Pit, Architecture Building at Carleton University
The lecture, to be followed by a moderated discussion, will contrast transportation, land-use policies and transport systems in Western Europe and North America. It will explore the influence of socio-demographics, public health, and financial efficiencies on travel behaviours.
Ralph Buehler is an Assistant Professor in Urban Affairs & Planning, and a Faculty Fellow with the Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech’s Alexandria Center. Buehler’s research, outreach, and teaching seek to understand what determines individual travel behaviour and the sustainability of transport systems. His goal is to identify and share policy lessons on how to achieve a more environmentally sound, economically efficient, and socially equitable urban transport system.
A native of Germany, Buehler has gained research and work experience in his home country, the UK, France, and the USA. Ralph holds a PhD in Planning and Public Policy and a Masters of City and Regional Studies from Rutgers University, as well as a Masters in Politics and Management from the University of Konstanz, Germany.
Buehler’s lecture will be followed by a moderated discussion led by Dr. Shelagh McCartney, Assistant Professor in Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University
- Ron Jack, Vice-President, Manager Ottawa Operations at Delcan Corporation
- Nelson Edwards, Urban Design & Community Planning at the City of Ottawa
Presented by the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University, in cooperation with the Centre for European Studies and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
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