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Indigenous Urbanism is a place-based storytelling podcast about the spaces we inhabit, and the community drivers and practitioners who are shaping those environments and decolonising through design.
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A Podcast that will meander with no real beginning or end. Something organic in the making. Music, comedy, film, gaming, urban exploration, education and the daily events in life that keep me going. Hosted by @Future_Urbanism on Instagram
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Urbanism Vancouver

Helen Lui & Aaron Johnson

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Urbanism Vancouver explores the built environment of Vancouver, Canada - how we got to where we are, and what our history tells us about how we look forward to the future. We share insights not only from industry experts, but also from passionate advocates, and residents like you. With each episode, we'll look at different components that shape our urban experience in Vancouver, and we'll discuss how we can make cities more vibrant, affordable, and liveable places. With our shared experience ...
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Welcome to the Market Urbanism podcast, where we’re liberalizing cities from the bottom-up. A podcast examining urban planning, transportation, and urban economic development from a classical liberal perspective.
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Fuse in to the forefront of the urban revolution! Join us as we unravel the latest tales of sustainable urban marvels from visionary leaders worldwide. Our stage is set to welcome the pioneers and luminaries who are orchestrating the symphony of change, crafting the blueprint for the cities of tomorrow.
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Helen Lui discusses the interconnectedness of urban development, climate initiatives, and public safety with guest, environmental scientist Rhiannon Fox. Highlighting the benefits of dense, less car-dependent cities, the discussion emphasizes community involvement and personal action as catalysts for change. Rhiannon shares how individual efforts c…
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In this episode the gang is joined by Alexandra, one half of Untitled Planning and host of the podcast, Urban Limitrophe, to discuss transportation misinformation, Calgary BIA baloney, Toronto's new food hall and the tragic acceptance of deaths on our streets. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Alexandra: www.urbanlimitrophe.com www.yo…
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IKN sebagaimana diketahui adalah singkatan dari Ibu Kota Nusantara dimana merupakan program pemindahan ibu kota Indonesia yang awalnya di DKI Jakarta yang akan berpindah ke Kalimantan Tengah tepatnya di Kabupaten Penajem Paser Utara Kecamatan Sepaku. Namun, terdapat beberapa kekurangan dan permasalahan dalam pembangunan ibu kota baru Indonesia. Apa…
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In this episode the fantastic three are back to talk about Seattle's Line 2 expansion, Canadian Federal housing fund and Mr. Beast giving away 600 e-bikes. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/RFUrbanism?s=20 Alex: https://www.youtube.com/@hu…
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This bonus episode of Radio Free Urbanism features Christian Lenhart, the guy you came up with the Rio Grande Plan! If you haven't heard about this before... BUCKLE UP!! Alex Williams and Hailee Jeppsen helm the interview and learn a ton about the potential bright future of rail in Salt Lake City! The Rio Grande Plan: https://riograndeplansaltlakec…
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Today we are joined by Sami of Untitled Planning to discuss the bridge collapse in Baltimore, e-bike rebates in San Francisco, SF housing bill drama, fancy sidewalks and what creative mixed-use developments. Untitled Planning: https://www.youtube.com/@UntitledPlanning Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrb…
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Today we enjoy the company of a casual urbanist Hailee who brings news of the Rio Grande Plan in Salt Lake City, UT. We also discuss the discrepancy between plane and car accident coverage, pre-approved housing blueprints, trains in films and the fact that we all have responsibilities when it comes to our environment. Send us a question: radiofreeu…
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Today we are joined by The Rural Urbanist! He shares his experiences with trains in Germany before we cover topics such as E-scooters in Vancouver, Non-Market Housing in Calgary, and taking public transit to the Oscars. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter):…
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Jen Hall joins us today to discuss the Winter Cycling Congress in Edmonton, GOOD NEWS on SB52, and funding for rail in Alberta! Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/RFUrbanism?s=20 Alex: https://www.youtube.com/@humanecities Ethan: https://ww…
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Today we talk about e-bikes being banned in Key Biscayne, major projects happening in Calgary, the GTA's new single fare plan, and Indiana SB 52 (the bill looking to kill bus lanes). Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/RFUrbanism?s=20 Alex: …
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Alex returns in this episode to discuss No parking at a Taylor Swift concert, $2B for housing in B.C. , new Metra BEMUs and how to navigate transit or cycling routes. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/RFUrbanism?s=20 Alex: https://www.yout…
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Host Helen Lui welcomes Ravi Kahlon, MLA for North Delta and British Columbia’s Housing Minister, to discuss transformative approaches to the housing crisis. Minister Kallon shares his political journey and the personal experiences fueling his commitment to driving positive change. They delve into the shift towards embracing density, the introducti…
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In this instalment we welcome of first guest on the show, Ben Durham, to discuss his bike life in Fake London. We also talk about car-free Gastown in Vancouver, Kansas City's new stadium controversy, speed governors in cars, and the fact that you CAN cycle in the winter. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Find Ben here > bendurham.ca h…
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The first double digit episode brings talk of hammering the urbanist message home, Stephen Ave. pedestrian improvements, Paris tripling SUV parking fees and answering a bag of fan mail. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/RFUrbanism?s=20 Ale…
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In the last single digit episode Nic talk about his new bike, Ethan shares his visit to Phoenix's Northwest extension and Culdesac, while Alec sounds off on loud cars. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/RFUrbanism?s=20 Alex: https://www.you…
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Gracing the airwaves today we talk about the synergy between good transit and micromobility, Valley Metro Northwest Extension, Culdesac in Tempe, California Daylighting laws, TOP along LRT in Calgary, Impact of strikes on transit reliability, and Nic goes off about unnecessary idling cars. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: pa…
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In this brief show we talk about the Tri Rail extension to downtown Miami, Banff continuing its car-free main st. Vancouver metro regional rail and the woes of winter riding. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/RFUrbanism?s=20 Alex: https://…
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In our second show of the new year we talk about delayed transit repairs, bounties for "Narc Urbanism", transit announcements, Glenmore redevelopment plans, the allure of pedestrianized spaces and the fact that we all need to grow up and buy a car. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: htt…
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For our first show of 2024 we talk about the problems with micromobility device battery fires, Calgary Green line construction, Banff Rail connection, biking in Vegas, Milwaukee interstate tear-down and letting kids ride the bus. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X…
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Today we discuss Boxing Day parking, the infamous Highway 401 constantly expanding, Calgary Christmas skate, East Midtown Manhattan Greenway and transit solutions in small towns. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/RFUrbanism?s=20 Alex: http…
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In this episode we talk about Up-zoning in Calgary, 8 hour "In & Out" Drive thru line, the collapse of inter city buses, who pays for streets, bad Memphis bus stops and social isolation of tinted windows. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism Instagram: https://rb.gy/ezn9rz X(Twitter): https://x.com/…
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We're back for another installation of Radio Free Urbanism! We discuss some exciting new transit projects like Phoenix's Valley Metro expansion and the transit oriented development plan in B.C. Also, we cover the tragic consequences of road rage, Motonormativity in movies and how multi-modal travel frames our view of cities. Send us a question: rad…
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In this inaugural episode of Radio Free Urbanism, we tackle the meaning behind the name, $3 Billion to Brightline high-speed rail, "must get in front syndrome", and five things we can do as advocates of urbanism. Send us a question: radiofreeurbanism@gmail.com Patreon: patreon.com/RadioFreeUrbanism $3B High-Speed Rail https://shorturl.at/axL36 No B…
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We delve into the pressing issues of housing and city building, revisiting discussions with guests Michelle Cyca and Khelsilem, who have underlined the need for immediate action. We explored root causes of the housing crisis, such as the historical supply limitations as well as city planning that excluded many from accessing housing. Michelle and K…
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Michelle Cyca, a seasoned freelance journalist, joins Helen Lui and delves into the complexities of the housing market, touching upon themes like home ownership and the evolving notion of housing wealth. The episode features a candid reflection on the soaring housing prices in Vancouver, discussing the impact on families and the generational wealth…
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Pada saat ini cuaca atau iklim yang ada di Indonesia maupun di luar negeri memang tidak baik-baik saja, contohnya seperti cuaca panas yang ekstrim di Surakarta. Hal tersebut disebabkan oleh iklim dan cuaca yang selalu berubah di setiap waktu. Kenapa hal itu terjadi? dan apakah itu berdampak bagi masyarakat di Surakarta maupun di seluruh dunia?…
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This episode explores the importance of including First Nations and Indigenous communities in urban development conversations. Khelsilem, the chairperson of the Squamish Nation Council, shares their insights on land use planning, housing development, including the Sen̓áḵw development, and partnerships with First Nations. The episode explores the un…
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Host Helen Lui continues the conversation with Denis Agar, they unpack the dynamic relationship between housing and public transportation. They delve into the critical role of urban density in shaping transit service needs and discuss the intricate political maneuvers influencing rail network expansions. The conversation also highlights the influen…
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We explore the impact of zoning on housing and communities. Denis Agar is our guest and we discuss the need for more equitable zoning laws and the importance of considering renter density when adding new housing. Join us as we delve into the potential benefits of increased density near transit stations and ponder the ethical justification for maint…
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Albert Huang, a seasoned expert in affordable housing development is the guest on this episode of Urbanism Vancouver. He unravels the multifaceted issues surrounding Vancouver's housing affordability crisis, and the complexities of defining "affordable," influenced by varying income levels, government programs, and housing entities. The episode div…
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In this episode of Urbanism Vancouver, Helen Lui and Aaron Johnson discuss their motivations for starting the podcast, and their backgrounds in urbanism and broadcasting. They explain their goal of providing accessible information about housing and development and shedding light on the complexities of the process. They hope to inspire curiosity and…
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Urbanism Vancouver explores the built environment of Vancouver, Canada - how we got to where we are, and what our history tells us about how we look forward to the future. We share insights not only from industry experts, but also from passionate advocates, and residents like you. With each episode, we'll look at different components that shape our…
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Join us in this engaging podcast episode featuring Renaud de Viel Castel, COO and Head of Global Expansion at Rubicon Technologies, Inc. Discover how Rubicon's innovative software platform is reshaping the world of waste management, recycling, and smart city solutions. Dive into the future of urbanism as we explore Rubicon's mission to create clean…
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Step into the realm of the AECO industry, where innovation thrives, and the future beckons. In a compelling discussion with Autodesk's Country Manager, Toufic Riman, we explore the very essence of what keeps industry leaders awake at night. Autodesk, a pioneer in AECO projects, charts a course for the industry's future, while also placing a strong …
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An interesting podcast session with Nadia Boumeziout - Head of Sustainability and Information Governance at Zurich Insurance discussing and sharing a practical guide to achieving Net Zero goals. To learn more about the region's largest event for smart sustainable cities visit www.futueurbanism.aeGurshinder tarafından oluşturuldu
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An interesting podcast session with Nadia Boumeziout - Head of Sustainability and Information Governance at Zurich Insurance discussing and sharing a practical guide to achieving Net Zero goals. To learn more about the region's largest event for smart sustainable cities visit www.futueurbanism.aeGurshinder tarafından oluşturuldu
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Know how Naviparking is leveraging the opportunities and addressing challenges in the parking industry. A podcast with Marek Stawiński, Founder & CEO of Naviparking. To learn more about the region's largest event for smart sustainable cities visit www.futueurbanism.aeGurshinder tarafından oluşturuldu
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Know more about the Cities of Tomorrow from Baharash Baegherian - Having previously led designs of various sustainable cities including The Sustainable City Yiti Oman, The Sustainable City Yas Island Abu Dhabi, The Sustainable City Amman and many more yet to be revealed. CEO of URB which is currently creating the next evolution of sustainable citie…
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Ouro Preto tem a morfologia da cidade linear, de formação espontânea, quase obrigatória para os núcleos urbanos mineradores no Brasil. A cidade se desenvolve a partir da ― conurbação dos antigos arraiais de exploração aurífera: "(...) toda uma rede urbana foi sendo formada, ao longo dos caminhos e estradas, nas encruzilhadas ou nas travessias de cu…
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Vila Rica, hoje Ouro Preto, foi elevada à sede do município em 1711, com o título de Vila Rica de Albuquerque, que reuniu duas paróquias vizinhas, a de António Dias, dos paulistas, e a de Pilar dos portugueses (Vierno, 2011). --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/acarlos/message…
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O território de Minas Gerais surge a princípio vinculado à Capitania do Rio de Janeiro, constituindo-se na ―Capitania de São Paulo e Minas do Ouro‖. Em 1709, desliga-se do Rio de Janeiro e forma com São Paulo, a ―Capitania de São Paulo e Minas Gerais‖. Sua autonomia administrativa viria apenas em 1720, quando se separa de São Paulo e passa a chamar…
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