New towns: Ralf Otterpohl at TEDxTUHH





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Published on Dec 18, 2013

Civil and environmental engineering professor Ralf Otterpohl argues that cities are not the future. In his talk, Prof. Otterpohl answers the question: why are New Towns essential for our survival in the future?

This speaker was trained by professional speaker trainer Anne Ueckermann (www.uelu.com).

This TEDx Talk was produced by Hausmarke.TV Filmproduktionen L√ľneburg

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