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Jonathan Denis-Jacob

Jonathan is a professional urban planner. He holds a B.Sc. in urban planning from the University of Montreal and a M.Sc. in urban studies from the National Institute of Scientific Research in Montreal. He has also studied urban regeneration at King’s College London, UK and management at McGill University. Jonathan practised land-use planning, policy development and market analysis in Canada and Mexico. 

Jonathan writes regularly about urban issues. His main interests range from urban economic development and urban regeneration to sustainable urbanism. He now lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Articles by Jonathan Denis-Jacob

The Regeneration of Post-industrial Spaces Through the Arts and Creative Industries
October 12, 2010

Resilient cities in uncertain times: the Quebec City miracle
December 21, 2010

Green Neighborhoods: the Making of a Sustainable City
March 29, 2011

Retrofitting Suburban Shopping Malls: A Step Towards Metropolitan Sustainability
May 6, 2011

Growing Upwards: the Tall Buildings Dilemma
January 25, 2012

The path to resilience: Insights from New Orleans
August 1, 2012

Public Housing and Urban Development in Singapore
December 17, 2012

Emerging Cities of the Global South
June 6, 2013