Wed, 22 June 2016
Julian Agyeman a Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts and co-author of Sharing Cities: A Case for Truly Smart and Sustainable Cities, explains the problems with how we are shaping the "sharing" economy. Why cities are commons. What Medellin gets right and San Francisco gets wrong. How to build an urban commons. Why Mayors matter. C40 Cities and why cities can have a serious influence on controlling carbon. What Denmark understands about sharing space. What would a fair bike sharing program look like? How to regulate Airbnb. Why did Seoul ban Uber. Using Apps to avoid solving big problems. Shifting from traffic management to traffic reduction and the benefits of participatory budgeting.
On The Fun Half: The Orlando shooter was motivated by revenge according to a man who claims to be Omer Mateen's ex lover. Debunking the Isis narrative and the Orlando attack. Donald Trump explains Right Wing religious leaders that Hillary is a threat to Christianity. Right Wing Mandela calls out Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump would "rig" the economy for Wall Street as projection Tuesday continues. A Trump supporter goes on a racist rant. Will Trump get dumped at the convention and your calls and IMs.