Frauke Kraas and Carsten Butsch share their research on (South)east Asian megacities.

Sustainable Megacities: Health, Risks, Resources

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Nov 20, 2020

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Nov 20, 2020

Nov 20, 2020

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Sustainable Megacities: Health, Risks, Resources. Part I – Spotlight: University of Cologne

Friday, November 20, 2020, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EST


Urbanization is fundamentally changing societies and landscapes in Asia. Yet the impact of major transformation processes is only partly understood. A deeper understanding of mega-urban governance, management, and culturally adapted forms of participation in civil societies is required to develop more sustainable ways of managing multiple risks and health challenges.

In this one-hour web-talk with audience Q&A, our experts will present their work on health and risk management in South and Southeast Asia. This event is the first in a four-part series organized by the North American liaison offices of the German universities of Cologne, Freiburg, and Heidelberg and the DWIH New York.

For more information on the four-part series click [here].

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University of Cologne New York Office

University of Freiburg NY Office

Heidelberg University Association

DWIH New York

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