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Evidence-Building for Preservation

Thu, Feb 8, 2018    6pm

How can historic preservation, in a new era of urban data, address the challenges of 21st century cities?

A panel discussion exploring how institutional actors and new avenues of research inform public and private investment in preservation.

Meenakshi Srinivasan, Chair, New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission

Eduardo Rojas, Former Principal Specialist in Urban Development, Inter American Development Bank

Randy Mason, Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania School of Design

Michael Powe, Director of Research, National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Preservation Green Lab

Moderator: Erica Avrami, James Marston Fitch Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation

This panel is part of the Urban Heritage, Sustainability, and Social Inclusion Initiative, a collaborative project of the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, The Earth Institute – Center for Sustainable Urban Development, and The American Assembly. This initiative is generously funded by the New York Community Trust. The panel is hosted by World Monuments Fund.