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Charlotte Hauksson 

Chalorlotte (Lotta) is a senior advisor with more than 15 years of experience working with sustainability projects and processes in Sweden. Lotta has been involved in several city and neighborhood sustainability plans and especially in the city of Malmö. The City of Malmö, Sweden is a leader in sustainable development and has set high ambitions and targets to further develop this work. Part of her work has been to identify key stakeholders and get engagement in the sustainability process and plans.

 

Dan Rubinstein 

National Magazine Award-winning writer and editor Dan Rubinstein is the author of Born to Walk: The Transformative Power of a Pedestrian Act (ECW Press, 2015). The book, which has been called “thought-provoking and transcendent” by the Toronto Star and “necessary and convincing” by the City of Toronto’s chief planner, grew out of a series of magazine articles Rubinstein contributed to publications such as The Walrus, The Economist, the Globe and Mail and Canadian Geographic, where he used to work as an editor. Rubinstein has lived in six Canadian cities in the Maritimes, Alberta and Ontario, and now calls Ottawa home.

 

Doug Saunders

Doug Saunders is the European Bureau Chief and foreign correspondent for The Globe and Mail, and the author of a popular and award-winning weekly column devoted to intellectual ideas and social developments behind the news. He has written extensively from Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. He has won the National Newspaper Award, Canada’s counterpart to the Pulitzer Prize, on four occasions. He lives in London, England.

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