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9.00-10.30 P5 - Green and Inclusive Urban Economy (Plenary)

Facilitator: Marcello Faulhaber, Secretary of Economic Development, City of Belo Horizonte, Brazil

The Green Economy in 2030 and the role of cities  

  • Margarita Astralaga, Regional Director, UNEP Regional Office for Latin America & the Caribbean, Panama City, Panama
    Economy 2030: Call for a Green Economy
  • Simon Upton, Director for Environment, OECD, Paris, France
    Green Urban Economy 2030: The role of cities

  • Konrad Otto-Zimmermann, ICLEI Secretary General
    Green Urban Economy: An ICLEI Agenda

Local action - local experience

  • Hans Mönninghoff, Deputy Chief Executive, City of Hannover, Germany
    Green Urban Economy in Hannover: Integrating environmental and economic policy
  • Didas Masaburi, Mayor, City of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
    An inclusive Green Urban Economy in African cities?
  • Liu Lisha, Director of Foreign Affairs Office. City of Guiyang, China
    Green the (urban) economy: A relevant goal for a Chinese city

  • Farhad Suri, Council Member, Municipality of South Delhi, Delhi, India
    Green the (urban) economy: A relevant goal for an Indian city

11.00-12.30 B Sessions - Integrated solutions

B1: City transformations: Infrastructure solutions (more)

B2: Integrated resource solutions (more)

B3: Integrated planning: The legacies of large events (more)

B4: (RS1) Integrating research and practice: The informed city (more)

B5: Local stories: Learning from experience, in portuguese (more)

12.30-14.00 Lunch

14.00-16.00 C Sessions - Achieving our visions 1

C1: Building climate resilience and disaster risk reduction together (more)

C2: Accounting and Reporting of Low Carbon Cities (more)

C3: Green and Inclusive Urban Economy: Waste management in Latin America (more)

C4: Special discussion session: Working with the private sector (more)

C5: Ecomobility (more)

C6: The next generation: The importance of engaging young people (more)

C7: Engaging citizens: What next for Local Agenda 21? (more)


14.00-16.00 RS2

RS2: Learning from research for practice (more)


16.30-18.00 D Sessions - Achieving our visions 2

D1: Cities in their bioregions: Governance and planning (more)

D2: Financing low carbon and resilient urban development (more)

D3: Green and inclusive urban economy: Sustainable procurement (more)

D4: Green and inclusive urban economy: Integrating environmental protection and poverty reduction (more)

D5: Good governance for sustainable urban water management (more)

D6: Action planning for low carbon development (more)

D7: Engaging citizens in innovative ways: The future of LA21 (II) (more)



19.00 Network Evening