9:30h: Opening Comments
Isabelle Anguelovski, UAB
9:50h: Greening and Urban Health Outcomes
What are the pathways by which urban greening may impact health? What are the impacts of urban greening on health inequities and what policies could help achieve greater and more equitable health benefits?
Charles Agyemang, University of Amsterdam
Helen Cole, UAB
Jill Litt, University of Colorado-Boulder
Moderators: Isabelle Anguelovski + Helen Cole, UAB-IMIM
11:05h-11:25h: Coffee break
11:25h-12:40h: To Green or Not to Green?
What are the relationships and connections between sustainability planning, urban greening and gentrification? Do sustainability planning and urban greening cause gentrification and displacement?
Tom Slater, University of Edinburgh
Nuria Benach, University of Barcelona
Moderator: Isabelle Anguelovski, UAB
14h: Measuring Green Inequalities
How can we measure if greening causes gentrification? How can we measure if the benefits of greening are equitably distributed? What approaches and methodologies can help achieve more sound, solid and significant results?
Hamil Pearsall, Temple University
Elvin Wyly, University of British Columbia
Moderator: James Connolly, UAB
15:15h-15:30h: Coffee break
15:30h-16:45h: Green Urban Development
How does urban greening relate to urban real estate and finance dynamics? How does urban greening influence the strategies and practices of real estate developers, investors and other related actors? How are responsibilities and costs shared between public and private sectors?
Rachel Weber, University of Illinois – Chicago
Eric Clark, Lund University
Moderator: Melissa Garcia Lamarca, UAB
16:45h-17h: Closing Comments
Stefan Bouzarovski, University of Manchester