Meeting of the Minds 2015

Meeting of the Minds 2015

The next Meeting of the Minds leadership summit will convene at the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond, California from October 20-22, 2015. More info...

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Urban Water, Urban Energy, Urban Transport: Lessons Learned from Multiple Cities
June 23-25, 2015 — Event Info →

Video Archives

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The Annual

Read our annual magazine, featuring the best blog posts from the past year.

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What is Meeting of the Minds?

Meeting of the Minds is a global knowledge sharing platform based in San Francisco, CA. Find out more.

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Meeting of the Minds spotlights innovations in urban sustainability & connected technology.

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Recent Blog Posts


In Rio’s biggest favela, one flashy project thrives while another fails

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How Toronto is revitalizing its aging suburban residential towers

By Flavie Halais TORONTO, Canada — The suburban dream in North America wasn’t always about rows of individual houses, sprawling …

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Artist Workspace Prototype Rolls Down Market Street

Civic Innovation Spotlight Meeting of the Minds is working with the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation (MOCI) to …

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Battery Storage from Residential Solar to Utility Scale

Enough sunlight reaches the earth each day to meet all of our energy needs for one year including powering all …

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Recent Talks

Meeting of the Minds 2015 Announcement and Next Steps

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area in the East Bay, Richmond will serve as the location for Meeting of the Minds 2015.

Inventing New Futures: Real Life Lessons from Science & Tech-Based Business Innovation

What are the elements that can create an emerging ecosystem of leaders who constitute a community of risk-takers learning from one another?

Taking it to Scale: Shifting the Conversation about Renewing the Public Sector

How is the public sector working differently with the private sector and philanthropy to renew cities, especially in ways that impact lower-income constituents?

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