Post-COVID Era: Redefining Urban Planning

Research by Bharath Pottekkat
Edited & Presented by Sumit Krishna Yadav
Why is it that just 5 cities in India account for about half of the total number of coronavirus-related deaths? Are there common characteristics across these cities that have led to such an unfortunate situation? In today’s episode, we investigate the specific faults in our urban planning policy that might have played a critical role in the handling of this pandemic. What are the current gaps in this complex urban planning process? And what are the possible solutions that we can focus on for a more inclusive and healthy future? Let’s try and find out.

Bharath Pottekkat
Bharath Pottekkat is a law student at Jindal Global Law School and is extremely interested in studying the interaction between the legal system and society, in particular its impact on the marginalised and disadvantaged communities.
Sumit Krishna Yadav
Sumit is The Bastion's Film Associate, and believes that from comic books to cinema, every story matters.

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