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Smart Cities Expedition Leader Interviews Katharina Greve

last modified Feb 25, 2018 10:13 PM
Smart Cities Expedition storyteller interviews Katharina Greve on her research into Living Labs and Co-Creation.

Katharina Greve recently gave a podcast interview, based on her PhD research, on what cities can learn from companies that employ co-creation. The interview was with Arthur Lankester, who is an expedition storyteller focusing on Innovation and sustainability. Arthur is currently on a tour where he plans to visit smart cities all over the world in search of sustainable solutions and inspiring stories during his one-man-on-a-motorcycle Smart Cities Expedition. 

Online Interview with Katharina Greve

For more details on this expedition visit his website at http://www.smartcitiesexpedition.com/

Read Arthur's blog interview with the Centre for Digital Built Britain here: http://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/news/2018FebBlogSmartCities

 

 

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