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ARC Show 18: Transportation and a More Livable Future

“Transportation and a More Livable Future” features a look at how local governments, ARC and others are planning for an Atlanta region that is as vibrant and promising 30 years from now as it is today.

Studio guests include ARC Board Chair Tad Leithead, Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson and Henry County Commission Chair B.J. Mathis who look at transportation and other factors that will shape the future of metro Atlanta.

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ARC Show 16: The State of the Metro Atlanta Region
This edition of the Atlanta Regional Commission’s (ARC) public affairs show, “The Shape of Things to Come” is “The State of the Metro Atlanta Region”. It features excerpts of remarks delivered by U.S. Deputy Secretary of HUD Ron Sims, at ARC’s State of the Region breakfast in November, 2010 focusing on how communities can thrive by working together on a regional basis.

It also includes an interview with ARC Chairman Tad Leithead, discussing current issues, solutions and challenges in metro Atlanta including transportation funding, water supplies and creating more livable communities. In addition, the show highlights three stories that illustrate innovative thinking and bold action that are making a difference to our region.

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Show 15: Improving Our Community Health
Community design has a direct impact on the health of residents. Attractive safe places to walk encourage physical activity. Access to fresh fruits and vegetables encourage food choices. This installment of “The Shape of Things to Come” looks at how communities can become healthier and innovative ways metro Atlanta is making it easier to exercise and eat right.

Featured guests include Dr. Karen Minyard, director of Georgia Health Policy Institute; Dr. Sandra Elizabeth Ford, district health director, DeKalb County Board of Health; and Tyler Norris, senior adviser to Kaiser Permanente and fellow at the Public Health Institute.
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Show 14: Energizing Our Future
Alternative energy and efficiency may well transform the way we live and work. This episode of ARC’s “The Shape of Things to Come” public affairs series, ”Energizing Our Future”, explores the exciting topic of energy and how metro Atlanta and Georgia are leading the way to innovative breakthroughs in this critical area.

Featured guests include Jill Stuckey, Director of Georgia’s Energy Innovation Center, John Baumstark, Chairman & CEO of Suniva, a solar energy company in Atlanta and Kateri Callahan, President of the Alliance to Save Energy, an advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C.
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Show 13 - Crafting Quality Communities
“Things are changing. A struggling economy, unstable energy prices and an aging population make now an opportune time to rethink the way we live, work and move around in our communities.” This is a quote from the latest installment of ARC’s quarterly public affairs television show, “The Shape of Things to Come.” The upcoming 30-minute show looks at Atlanta’s aging population and its young professionals, and the types of communities they desire – places close enough to work, family, amenities and transit that no car is required. Do such places exist? Should we be building more? If so, where are these prime locations and how do we create neighborhoods where people of all ages – from 7 to 70 – can thrive? The changes ahead will be dramatic and this is one program you won’t want to miss.
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