Tuesday, June 19, 2012 6:30pm
Citizenship, Media, Time, Water
After two weeks of full house, the last round of Mobility+ takes place on Tuesday June 19. Do not miss it!
Mobility + Citizenship
Argus Caruso is an architect and has worked in Brazil, Spain and Belgium. Between 2001 and 2005 he did a world tour by bicycle with the project "Educating and Pedaling", where he photographed and wrote about the history and geography of the 28 countries that he went through. Back in Brazil, he visited over 200 schools with the project and had â€‹â€‹photographic exhibitions in Peru, France and several Brazilian cities. In 2010 he developed a bicycle sailing and traveled around the North of Brazil visiting schools and promoting races where he taught students to create their own bikes sailing. Currently working with architecture and construction in Rio de Janeiro and his masters at PUC-Rio on the theme "Low-Impact Building."
Mobility + Media
With 20 years in the advertising market, André Dessandes is Editor and Creative Director of Planning and Returns - branding and creative agency focused on sustainability. Currently developing the campaign "I'm A City Changer" for UN-Habitat in Brazil. André is also an award-winning columnist and has also won Top Marketing and Best Marketing awards.
Mobility + Time
Wagner Colombini Martins is a consultant specializing in project management and coordination of logistics and transport. He has over 25 years of experience with participation in various projects in the public passenger in Brazil and abroad, and in the private, carrying out studies of demand for freight transportation, marketing and operational strategies for transport companies. Completed several projects for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), including for the FIFA World Cup 2010 in Johannesburg, South Africa
Mobility + Water
Bonnie Harken is President of Nautilus International Development Consulting, Inc. in New York, which advises government agencies and private companies around the world on the planning and implementation of efficient and sustainable urban development. Bonnie is an internationally recognized expert in the sustainable revitalization of areas on the coast (waterfront) and central (downtown), who grew up in Asia and Brazil and has a Masters in Architecture at Columbia University. The Nautilus is currently consulting for the Conseil Mondial de L'Eau on the role of water resources for "green growth" and helped develop an international policy framework for discussion at the Rio +20.
Praça Tiradentes, 48
Free and Open to Public