Tristan Cleveland is an urban planner and writer who has worked in Canada, Guyana, and Venezuela. Tristan leads cutting edge research that helps municipalities understand the financial impacts of urban design decisions. He is a research assistant and PhD candidate at Dalhousie University with a focus on the health and financial impacts of urban design patterns. He also leads master planning and research projects across Canada. Tristan is a distinguished speaker and workshop facilitator with experience in various cities across the country. He has devoted his life and career to reforming planning so building communities that support the basic needs of human health becomes the new minimum standard.
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- When two deadly phenomena meet: coronavirus and car culture. https://t.co/LsK0nB2Jpv, Jul 3
- Broken and unrepresentative: The problem with public hearings https://t.co/VgXrwLcxyc via @ahvancouver, Jul 3