Invited by the Urban Poverty and Housing GSG and Global Program for Resilient Housing at the World Bank, MAEBB co-director Daniel Ibáñez presented his most recent book publication Wood UrbanismFrom the Molecular to the Territorial (co-edited with Jane Hutton and Kiel Moe) to leading specialists and experts across the bank’s departments.

As a model of environmental assessment, architecture and urban design, land use and planning policy, and regional reactivation the agenda set by the book aligns with several initiatives and projects the bank is addressing in a rapidly urbanizing planet that needs to meet both housing and environmental demands.

The book is published by Actar Publisher and available here: