Save Our Cities

BDP 16 Brewhouse Yard, London, United Kingdom

In this special event, the renowned urbanist and demographer Professor Joel Kotkin, Chapman University, California will present some of his thoughts and concerns on the future of our urban centres post-Covid, post(?)-recession. Focusing on the American experience, but also using examples from Europe and the Far East, he explores whether cities can survive. As their […]

The Woodlands Chamber of Commerce

The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel and Convention Center

The 37th Annual Economic Outlook Conference features economic experts who share valuable information for business leaders about current events and the future of the economy. Location: The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel and Convention Center 1601 Lake Robbins Dr. The Woodlands, TX 77380

Future of Cities Event: Houston

Coronado Club 919 Milam Street, #500, Houston, TX

Date: February 9, 5:00–7:00PM Location: Coronado Club, Houston The Texas Triangle is a distinctive model for 21st century urbanism, even after the pandemic. What is it that policy leaders can learn from the success of Texas cities? Please join us as this panel discusses their recent release, The Future of Cities, and how urban areas […]

The Future of Cities: Views from the Left Coast

Chapman University One University Drive, Orange, CA

The Western US has long been an innovator in developing the urban form, yet now that form is showing strain and there's a fierce debate about how western cities should grow. Join us for the live event! The speaker panel will explore these issues, from homelessness to high housing prices and the impact of regulation. […]

Webinar: The Next California Migration

California poses many challenges for the middle- and working-class. As a result, there is a significant migration of people, jobs, and opportunities— both within and outside the state. Who is leaving California, and who is no longer seeking to move to the golden state? Are there incentives for job creation and how can the state […]


Ken C. Gardner Policy Institute

University of Utah Lunchtime speech Thomas S. Monson Center 411 East South Temple Street Salt Lake City, Utah 84111