Title

Historical Geography of Rivertown Economics

Start Date

23-9-2006 2:00 AM

End Date

23-9-2006 3:45 AM

Description

The River physically unites and defines our regional identity. This presentation will address:

  • A comparison of traditional patterns of development with the current trend towards decentralization.
  • Building on our Strengths, making the case for asset-based development.
  • Reaching towards a sustainable regional economy - beyond the assumption of cheap and easily accessible energy.

Keywords

geography, historical geography, rivertown economics

Type

Presentation

Session

Connections between the River and Community Vibrancy, Bob Hormel

Language

eng

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Sep 23rd, 2:00 AM Sep 23rd, 3:45 AM

Historical Geography of Rivertown Economics

Elaine Langone Center

The River physically unites and defines our regional identity. This presentation will address:

  • A comparison of traditional patterns of development with the current trend towards decentralization.
  • Building on our Strengths, making the case for asset-based development.
  • Reaching towards a sustainable regional economy - beyond the assumption of cheap and easily accessible energy.