100RC Digital Communications and Marketing Manager
David brings years of experience in digital media, editing and communications to the 100RC team. He has worked in a number of sectors, taught abroad, interned at NGOs including the Americas Society/Council of the Americas and The Global Vote, and has written on topics spanning democratic practices at International Financial Institutions to Latin American business and politics. David received his Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish from Amherst College and his Master’s Degree from Columbia University in Latin American Regional Studies and Economic Development.
Latest Posts by David Schreiner
- Semarang, Indonesia's Public Information Center is an example of a relatively simple step cities can take to begin building resilience through community outreach.
- Enjoy the Resilience Roundup, including why cities need trees, the conditions for vibrant cities, how NOLA is addressing urban blight, and more.
- Enjoy the Resilience Roundup, including what mayors want, why cities are incredibly important, and more.
- A look at the 100RC content that you liked the most and spent the most time reading in 2015.
- Enjoy the Resilient Cities Roundup: Cities take COP21 by storm, global urban transport trends, and more.
- Enjoy the resilience roundup, covering the ROI of resilient buildings, urban air quality sensors, and more!
- G7 foreign ministers elevate the importance of planning for resilience in cities and at the national level, the Dutch continue pioneering, and more
- Hub has helped Vancouver improve bike transportation, and in the process taken small-scale urban innovation mainstream.
- If one goal of Earth Day is to get people to think about their impact on the environment, it makes sense to focus on the urban environment where most people live.
- Every city needs public spaces, Paris pushes the participatory budgeting envelope, and 100% renewable energy.
- FEMA predicates disaster preparedness funding on climate change planning, guerilla urbanism goes mainstream, and more from this Resilience Roundup.
- Trees help cities combat global warming and increase property values, but kids are important for cities too, more from this Resilience Roundup.
- Some of the most important urban resilience stories from the past two weeks, including the most productive metro areas, the importance of parks in cities, and mapping the U.S.'s demographic future.
- Rethinking water, transportation resilience, and postindustrial regeneration - these stories and more in the Resilience Roundup.
- Resolve to build resilience in your city in 2015.
- Check out this week's edition of the Resilience Roundup, featuring stories on the youth population boom, Typhoon Hagupit, climate change projections, and more.
- The Financial Times took a look at how cities can plan to recover from future natural disasters that are increasingly common and severe.
- The increasing density of urban areas threatens cemeteries. Resilient cities have taken innovative approaches to the challenge.
- How are cities preparing for Ebola, what data tells us about vulnerable populations, and more from the Resilience Roundup.
- Cities lead the way for global resilience and climate change adaptation, turning Malawi's waste into wealth, and more. Enjoy this week's Resilience Roundup.
- Resilience talk at the World Bank and in real estate, river pollution in Bangkok, and more. Enjoy this week's resilience roundup.
- The five biggest U.S. public transport systems by the numbers, crowd-sourced city design, turning food waste into fuel, and more. Enjoy this week's Resilience Roundup.
- Some of the world's first Chief Resilience Officers share early insights on the value of their partnership with 100 Resilient Cities.
- The importance of community for resilience, humanity is making earthquakes, and a mapmaking transformation. Enjoy this week's Resilience Roundup.
- Learn more about 100 Resilient Cities, our partners, and the first leg of the amazing journey we have begun with our cities in this About Us video.
- Trees address pollution and youth unemployment in India and asking what makes a livable city. Take a look the first resilience news roundup.
- Leading up to this year's Challenge on July 23, we are looking back on some of the things we've learned about the applicants from last year.