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291. Active mobility - Lior Steinberg

Season 3, Ep. 291

Lior Steinberg (Urban Planner & Co-Founder Humankind | Rotterdam | Netherlands)


Lior Steinberg is an urban planner and co-founder of Humankind, a multidisciplinary collective accelerating the transition towards urban happiness for all. He helps cities to look beyond functionality and to plan urban spaces that make people smile. All the projects Lior participates in have one thing in common: they create people-oriented cities. Being a Jane Jacobs’ enthusiast and a fan of great public spaces, he is keen on making cities better with an emphasis on local, innovative interventions and on including residents in urban planning.


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In collaboration with

-H22 City Expo at Helsingborg. The Making of a Smarter City.

-Urban Future Global Conference

- AFRY. AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure.


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