Post-Oil City Workshops Held at the University of the District of Columbia
Posted: February 25, 2014
How will the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy affect the process of urban planning and the city? How can we envision the post-oil city of the future? What does such a city look like?
These were some of the questions explored in “Post-Oil City: The History of the City’s Future,” an international planning and landscape architecture exhibition presented by the College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES) of the University of the District of Columbia and the Goethe-Institut Washington.
Dr. Sabine O'Hara hosts a Post-Oil City panel discussion in this YouTube video.
Embedded within the exhibition were workshops and panels on topics shaping the Post-Oil City of the future including mobility, energy and water, and food security. Workshop panelists represented federal government agencies, district agencies, the private and non-profit sector, and individual residents.
Watch a video featuring new NERCRD Board Member and CAUSES Dean Sabine O’Hara discuss some of these questions with workshop panelists Dr. Peter Voit and Dr. Thomas Kakovitch.