Series: This lecture is part of the 3rd series “From Italy to Hawaii: Connecting two worlds through art, science, and community,” which started in 2019 and features experts from all over Italy who discuss topics that affect both Italy and Hawaii.
Presenter: Dr. Luciano Minerbi grew in his early youth in the Museum Casa Minerbi del Sale, in the Medieval part of the Renaissance city of Ferrara, Italy. Now is a Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Hawaii. He specializes in land use, environment, cultural assessment, and sustainability, in Hawaii and the Asia Pacific Region. He consulted for international, national, and local groups and organizations. He served on federal, state, and county boards and commissions. You can read more about him here.
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