Written by Ari Roth | October 13, 2016

From inclusive design to collective impact to social entrepreneurship, Day 3's programming focused on social equity. The Health + Design Summit explored the connection between the built environment + public health, and we hope you enjoyed our 2pm Keynote: Designing the Just City: Hip Hop Architecture.

Day 2's Keynote speaker William McDonough joined a panel yesterday morning to discuss radical organizational transparency, and Rana Faroohar explored Financial Weapons of Mass Destruction.

If energy is more your focus, we hope you enjoyed learning about Energy Gang Podcast's opinions, plans for a more resilient and distributed grid, or about advanced nuclear facilities designed to help decarbonize our energy system.

SXSW Eco 2016 closed out on a high note with Funny or Die’s Climate Change is Funny, followed by the Science Guy Bill Nye’s Optimistic View for Merging Energy + Climate Policies.

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