Victor Ngo is an urban planner, research scientist, and educator with over five years of experience in sustainable community development. He works with local communities to develop sustainable transportation and mobility solutions, and conducts research on how to design healthy cities for people. Victor holds a MA in Planning and a BA in Geography from the University of British Columbia. He is a Fellow with the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and volunteers with The Starfish Canada and the Fraser Basin Council to advise on youth environmental and charitable initiatives across the country.
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Watch his talk: Advancing Sustainability in Cities and Communities
Watch his talk: Advancing Sustainability in Cities and CommunitiesRead his article: Urban greenways can reduce neighborhood carbon emissions