Meeting of the Minds aims to design more livable cities
on October 29, 2015
Last week’s Meeting of the Minds Conference at the Craneway Pavilion brought together social entrepreneurs, politicians and innovation strategists to help Richmond and other cities design more efficient, livable urban environments.
Here are four audio interviews of individuals at the forefront of these efforts:
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That’s a great move. We all should pitch in ideas to create livable cities.