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Cambridge Forum for Sustainability and the Environment


A mathematician, a social geographer, a policy maker and an engineer helped us to think about the role that technical innovation could play in future cities.

Professor Ash  Amin
1931 Chair in Geography,
University of Cambridge
Dr Britt  Baillie
Affiliated Lecturer: Division of Archaeology
Research Member, Centre for Urban Conflicts Research,
University of Cambridge
Professor Steve  Evans
Director of Research in Industrial Sustainability,
Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge
+44 (0) 1223 339815
 Kirsten  Henson
KLH Sustainability
Professor Frank  Kelly
Professor of the Mathematics of Systems,
Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics,
The Master of Christ's College,
University of Cambridge
 Mark  Kleinman
Director, Economic and Business Policy
Greater London Authority (GLA)
 Alex  Nickson
Policy and Programmes Manager for Climate Change Adaptation and Water,
Greater London Authority
 Lawrie  Robertson
Professor Richard  Sennett
Centennial Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics
Professor of the Humanities, New York University
Professor Alan  Short
Professor of Architecture
Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge
Professor Sir Alan  Wilson
Professor of Urban Regional Systems,
University College London