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Infrastructure and Sustainability
In 2011, the French-American Foundation launched programs on two key challenges: infrastructure and sustainability. Through a series of roundtable discussions, seminars and study tours, the French-American Foundation provides a forum for transatlantic exchange between leading experts, government officials and members of the private sector in the infrastructure and sustainability fields.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro addresses participants
As part of the Infrastructure Nexus initiative, the French-American Foundation has organized an ongoing series of high-level roundtable discussions to examine U.S. policy on infrastructure and share the French and European experience. Focusing on energy, water and transportation, the series allows French and American experts to exchange best practices in an intimate closed-door setting. Click here for more information.
The French-American Foundation’s initiatives on sustainable cities gather specialists from a wide range of disciplines – urban planning, academia, policymaking and architecture – to discuss French and American approaches to urbanism. Organized in partnership with institutions that include the French Ministry of Culture and Columbia University, this program focuses on key aspects of urban planning and sustainability. Click here for more information.