How can we design and build cities that make us healthier and happier? How can technology help us achieve this? If anyone has the answers to questions like these, it’s Marianne Lefever.
Lefever is an architect with over 10 years of experience in climate mitigation and sustainable city design in Europe and North America. After an exciting career as a structural engineer, renewable energy consultant, innovation consultant, and futurist, she returned to her first love of sustainable city design.
As a managing partner at Healthy City Global, she is currently transforming cities around the globe into healthy environments and communities. The company uses data analytics to understand how a certain location is impacting our well-being and how we can improve it. Their spatial design guidelines combine efforts on sustainability and well-being to improve population health and pool financial resources.
So if you want to know what a healthy city might look like and how to make one, come and listen to Levefer at and&.