Roberto Rocco

Roberto is an Assistant Professor and he is responsible for course development and coordination in the areas of research methodology in areas of planning and design practice, regional planning and design and governance. He leads the Summer School Planning and Design with Water, among other activities.
His main efforts of research are into governance, social sustainability and spatial justice as frameworks that enable the understanding of urbanization processes and as tools that enable planners and designers to elaborate strategies to achieve sustainable and fair urban development.

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Rethink the City: New approaches to Global and Local Urban Challenges (edX)

How do you plan future cities? Explore alternative theories and innovative solutions for urban challenges in the global south. You’ll learn about today’s urban challenges focusing on developing countries, referred to as the global south.