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RSA/Hub event: What does Cambridge need to become a successful future city?

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Cambridge Hub and the RSA have teamed up with local organisations to discuss answers to this topical question.

This interactive workshop will look at four key areas:
  • Homelessness,
  • Anti-social behaviour,
  • Environmental sustainability, and
  • Smart cities and technology.

Join local experts in each field, engaging and interested students and a wealth of experience from RSA Fellows, to discuss any of these issues and put together a strategy plan for how to effect real positive change.

Each theme will have its own expert, and you’ll have the chance to move around the room and discuss the themes, giving your opinions, learning new things, and having the chance to work on solutions to real challenges.

Refreshments are provided. The event is free, but there’s limited space so book your place now!

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This talk is part of the Cambridge Hub events series.

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