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De stad kan de wereld redden: Eric Corijn at TEDxFlandersSalon

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Published on Jun 18, 2012

Eric Corijn is cultuurfilosoof, socioloog en professor sociale en culturele geografie aan de Vrije Universiteit Brussel en is al jaren werkzaam rond het thema stedelijkheid. Vandaag woont een meerderheid van de wereldbevolking in steden. Prognoses wijzen uit dat binnen 15 jaar tachtig procent van de wereldbevolking in steden zal leven. De wereld evolueert steeds meer naar een netwerk van stedelijke knooppunten. In zijn bijdrage vertelt Eric Corijn hoe 'de stad de wereld kan redden'.
TEDxFlandersSalon 21 mei 2012

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