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Globally, more than half of us are now urbanites. How can we make our cities more sustainable, efficient, and prosperous in the years ahead? In our quarterly Fix This series, we get some answers from the experts

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Panelist Bios

  • Kate Ascher

    Principal, Happold Consulting; Professor, Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

  • Peter C. Bosselmann

    Professor of Urban Design in Architecture, City & Regional Planning, and Landscape Architecture; co-chair, Master of Urban Design program, University of California, Berkeley

  • Mick Cornett

    Mayor of Oklahoma City

  • Daniel Hoornweg

    Lead Urban Adviser, Sustainable Cities and Climate Change, World Bank

  • Edith Hsu-Chen

    Director of the Manhattan Office, New York City Department of City Planning

  • Norman Pearlstine

    Chief Content Officer, Bloomberg

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