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ZPH/SIAB session with John Macomber (HBS) on Covid-19 crisis - Shared screen with speaker view
Roberto Mezzalama
45:50
John do you mean the more likely?
Lynn Broaddus
50:58
And what do we mean by "best"? Best relative to what measure or value?
Judith Rodriguez
56:51
For voting, please click the participants icon located in the bottom of the Zoom app. Then you will see the list of participants and the icons at the bottom, click the one you prefer. Thanks!
Lynn Broaddus
57:16
Thank you!
Judith Rodriguez
57:52
Alternatively, you can also raise your hand and voice your vote
Hanif Kara
01:03:53
That is why I am in quadrant 2 the vaccine will come
Lynn Broaddus
01:04:56
I'm not as confident about the speed with which we'll get it. I'm also interested in better understanding of transmission. Once we know that better, we'll have a better understanding of activities that are/are not okay
Lynn Broaddus
01:11:58
Economic support through programs that address climate change, make communities more resilient.
Hanif Kara
01:11:58
Extreme digitisation
Anthony Kane
01:11:59
To avoid answering the question… the point of sustainability is that all of these things need to be addressed simultaneously and we cannot focus on one at the expense of the others.
Cristina Contreras
01:11:59
Public health is at the core of the other matters.
Floren Poliseo
01:11:59
optimal fiscal management (our municipality is >70% sales tax funded)
Erika Jozwiak
01:12:00
future resilience (multi-hazard)
Roberto Mezzalama
01:12:01
Social justice
JGrant
01:12:02
Public Health
Aladdine Joroff
01:12:02
Bridge equitable gaps
Tom
01:12:03
More balance
Dick Corolewski
01:12:03
Job Creation
Bob Beinstein
01:12:05
Robust public infrastructure program, connecting public health (ala Jack's comments), jobs, economic opportunity for communities, etc. We need to avoid myopic, one-solution ideas!
Joe.Wingerter
01:12:09
Jobs in the sense of Infrastructure upgrade, modernization
Brian.Raine
01:12:11
Living wage
alan.jennat
01:12:11
resilient economy
Leo.Argiris
01:12:14
Job Creation, competitiveness, renewables
cris liban
01:12:19
public health
Kathy C
01:12:19
job creation-new focus
Deepa
01:12:20
Resilient cities and infrastructure
Ali Malkawi
01:12:26
Job creation
Floren Poliseo
01:20:23
similar to Anthony Kane's response, by "optimizing fiscal management"/responsibility I meant that the municipality's goal is to balance real community needs with long-term resilience and ability to provide core services
Brian.Raine
01:23:49
III - Living Wage applies here too. But Governments will struggle to afford it.
Brian.Raine
01:26:30
III and IV - more distributed living. Implication for cities. an exodus.
Joe.Wingerter
01:28:29
Regional Centers of Excellance
Floren Poliseo
01:28:35
policy maker: re-think revenue/funding structures to identify more secure and consistent/reliable sources
Roberto Mezzalama
01:28:38
Increase remote services
Deepa
01:28:39
cut a lot of unwanted costs and maintain profits so that you can still employ all the staff
Hanif Kara
01:28:40
Invest in younger people and digitisation
Lynn Broaddus
01:28:41
Get a lot better and doing our work without travel
Ali Malkawi
01:28:55
rethink about the way we do business
JGrant
01:28:55
Establish clean environment at work. Allow more staff to continue to work from home.
Brian.Raine
01:28:56
Strategy is difficult. Focus on local driven decisions.
Kathy C
01:28:57
strengthen business alliances / supporting services
Bob Beinstein
01:29:11
My firm - not in the engineering space right now. Policy makers - broaden criteria for spending, ISI- ADVOCATE for broad infrastructure spending criteria, show benefits!
mcederoth
01:29:15
policy: reinforce projects that deliver long term 'carbon neutral' infrastructure while supplying short term jobs
Erika Jozwiak
01:29:17
isi: adovacate for stimulus package include provisions for sustainability and resiliency
Roberto Mezzalama
01:29:38
Invest in social infrastructures - schools, hopsitals, etc
Lynn Broaddus
01:29:41
Improve connectivity in rural areas; invest in green jobs;
Joe.Wingerter
01:29:43
focus on emerging technology in the long term
alan.jennat
01:29:44
invest in healthcare system, reduce waste and use P3 financing for future projects
Floren Poliseo
01:29:47
create better messaging about what services municipalities should be providing and get the public on board with prioritizing
Cristina Contreras
01:29:48
Invest in universal healthcare system
Hanif Kara
01:29:51
Local solutions mandates
Deepa
01:29:57
create more projects to keep the economy going through stimulus packages and invest in sustainable and resilient infra
Aladdine Joroff
01:29:59
support coordination between regional governments and private partners to make better use of scale
Hanif Kara
01:30:05
Localism mandated
Lynn Broaddus
01:30:07
Invest in training people in green jobs, public health
Kathy C
01:30:10
reward new alliances for core infrastructure services "partnerships"
mcederoth
01:30:22
reinforce local manufacturing of things like... transit vehicles
Dick Corolewski
01:30:25
Need to continue to stimulate the economy through infrastructure projects/programs
Ali Malkawi
01:31:10
Have to leave to attend another meeting. Many thanks
Judith Rodriguez
01:31:24
Thank you!
JGrant
01:31:59
Focus on a national policy for transportation systems to improve a clean environment, i.e., clean room type approach, UV, improved HVAC systems.
mcederoth
01:31:59
advocate
Floren Poliseo
01:32:44
ISI: facilitate connecting public and private entities with complementary interests/needs
Erika Jozwiak
01:32:59
agreed with floren's point
Cristina Contreras
01:33:01
Provide support to companies/government interested in this transition.
Joe.Wingerter
01:33:51
promote term limits for elected officials is the US
Lynn Broaddus
01:35:40
Ranked Choice Voting for all elections (because it tends to weed out big money, and find the place where most people agree)
Floren Poliseo
01:35:43
ISI: provide public-facing justifications for implementing long-term sustainability/resilience programs and projects, and take an active role in advocating as Meg said (often the public doesn't trust the municipality to use their dollars wisely and face a lot of criticism)
Bob Beinstein
01:36:08
Given the pain of a Quadrant 3, creative thinking around jobs will be very beneficial. Roberto's thoughts around social infrastructure put to work on multibenefit public infrastructure. NOT business as usual...
mcederoth
01:36:18
What Floren said!
Floren Poliseo
01:38:22
Also, THANK YOU Harvard! Really neat to see you leading collaboration on this. I regret having to miss the first half of this.
Bob Beinstein
01:39:07
Ditto to Floren! Love the interactive nature of this session, and as usual, John has made us think deeply about solutions! Thanks all.
Roberto Mezzalama
01:39:10
Thank you
Anthony Kane
01:39:25
Thank you John, Spiro, and Judith!
Deepa
01:39:29
Thank you john. thanks to Spiro and Judith for organizing this