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The French-American Foundation—United States, in partnership with the French Ministry of Culture, hosted a high-level delegation of six U.S. urban-planning and cultural experts for a weeklong study tour in Paris and Marseille.

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The French-American Foundation—United States, in partnership with the French Ministry of Culture, hosted a high-level delegation of six French urban-planning and cultural experts for a weeklong study tour in Seattle.

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The French-American Foundation, in partnership with the French Ministry of Culture, hosted five American urban planning and sustainability experts in Nantes, Lyon, and Paris, France.

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The French-American Foundation, in partnership with the French Ministry of Culture, hosted a high-level delegation of five French urban planning and sustainability experts and practitioners for a week-long study tour, from November 26 through November 30, 2012. 
 
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The third in a series of French-American Foundation Infrastructure Nexus roundtables took place on May 29 in Houston, Texas, with a focus on energy.  This series of high-level roundtable discussions examines U.S. policy on infrastructure and shares the French and European experience. Focusing on energy, water and transportation, this initiative allows French and American experts to exchange best practices in an intimate closed-door setting.

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In partnership with the French Ministry of Culture and Communication and with the support of the Florence Gould Foundation, the French-American Foundation conducted its second study tour in 2011 focused on the topic of Sustainable Cities. American experts on urban development and sustainability spent five days in Paris and Lille, France to examine these specific questions: the rehabilitation of rundown neighborhoods, the revitalization of inner cities and the right-sizing of cities in decline. This followed on a parallel study tour in the United States in November for French experts.

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In partnership with the French Ministry of Culture and Communication and with the support of the Florence Gould Foundation, the French-American Foundation conducted its first study tour in 2011 focused on the topic of Sustainable Cities. French experts on urban development and sustainability spent five days in Washington D.C., Baltimore and Cleveland to examine these specific questions: the rehabilitation of rundown neighborhoods, the revitalization of inner cities and the right-sizing of cities in decline. A subsequent study tour in France was organized in December for U.S. experts.

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The second in a series of French-American Foundation Infrastructure Nexus roundtables took place on September 20 in Washington, DC, with a focus on water and transportation. This series of high-level roundtable discussions examines U.S. policy on infrastructure and shares the French and European experience. Focusing on energy, water and transportation, this initiative allows French and American experts to exchange best practices in an intimate closed-door setting.

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The first in a series of French-American Foundation Infrastructure Nexus roundtables took place on May 31 in Washington, DC, with a focus on energy.  This series of high-level roundtable discussions examines U.S. policy on infrastructure and shares the French and European experience. Focusing on energy, water and transportation, this initiative allows French and American experts to exchange best practices in an intimate closed-door setting.

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