Cities worldwide are pursuing the goal of sustainable and inclusive urban development. To achieve this, knowledge exchange at an international level and building networks for politicians, city administrators, practitioners and researchers to engage with each other is becoming increasingly important.
The City of Berlin is hosting an event for actors in the field of sustainable urban development. The event will be hosted by the Governing Mayor of Berlin and President of the World Association of the Major Metropolises (Metropolis), Michael Müller.
Event participants will learn more about the online services the use platform offers including practical learnings from international case studies, and networking opportunities with citymakers working in the field of sustainable urban development.
International knowledge exchange and networking for sustainable urban development
6th March 2019
5 pm to 7 pm
In the Rotes Rathaus (city hall), Berlin - Großer Saal and Wappensaal
Opening address and introduction
+ MICHAEL MÜLLER, Governing Mayor of Berlin and President of Metropolis, World Association of the Major Metropolises
+ PROF. PAUL JAMES, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University
+ HANS-JÜRGEN COMMERELL, Aedes Network Campus, Berlin
+ PROF. VANESSA MIRIAM CARLOW, Institute for Sustainable Urbanism, TU Braunschweig
+ DR. JULIUS MENGE, Senate Department for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection, Berlin
+ PROF. EIKE ROSWAG-KLINGE, Natural Building Lab, TU Berlin
+ GABRIEL BELLO BARROS, International Urban Innovation Consultant, São Paulo
+ BARBARA BERNINGER, Director of the Metropolis president‘s office and Head of the division EU and International Affairs at the Senate Department for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection, Berlin
+ OCTAVI DE LA VARGA, Metropolis Secretary General, Barcelona
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