(8/01) The second day’s Summer Course Pathways Towards Sustainable Future (PASF) activity was started with the lecture about Water Management Storage: the right amount of water in the right place at the right time, by Terry. In this session, Terry introduced water condition in Dutch and their water management. They implemented some strategies to conquer problem related water issues such as canalising the rivers, draining plains, and closing the sea wall.
The second session was about planning for housing: how to prevent divided cities. Terry began the session with breaking down high density problem into four issues (footprint, energy, mobility, and material efficient). After that, Terry described about the historical of housing in Dutch (before and after World War II) and Dutch’s national tax money re-distribution.
The third session was about Transportation planning: balancing travel needs, modal shift and infrastructure. The lecture in this session was delivered by Robin. At the beginning, Robin explained some definition of the transportation and factors that influenced transportation. Then, it was continued with the explanation about trends of various transportation and transportation flow in the Dutch. After that, Robin describe about the development of the infrastructure network.