Our next book club selection and a look at sustainable urban design

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Rendering of two living skyscrapers.
Stefano Boeri Architetti – Bosco Verticale – rendering CC-BY

Our next book club author takes us to a different version of our world, where colonization never happened. And then we look at sustainable site design and city planning.

Featured in this Episode

  • Book Club: ‘The Peacekeeper’

    Imagine a world never colonized, and the Ojibwe nation of Mino-Aki covers the area near the Great Lakes. Join us for “The Peacekeeper,” where author B.L. Blanchard introduces readers to a world that could have been, and a detective trying to solve the tangled memories of his past.

  • Using trees to help cities deal with climate change

    Urban forestry and stormwater management are becoming more and more important to public health and the quality of urban life. We talk with Gaylan Williams, an arborist and research associate in the Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture at UW Madison.

Episode Credits

  • Larry Meiller Host
  • Brooke Blanchard Guest
  • Gaylan Williams Guest
  • Jill Nadeau Executive Producer
  • Clara Neupert Producer
  • Jeff Robbins Technical Director