SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED FOR 'DIVIDED WE FALL'
The IPCC, Bloomberg Associates and the World Economic Forum to Contribute to Event on Cities and the Climate Crisis
When: Wednesday, 6th October 2021
3.30pm to 4.45pm (British Summer Time)
4.30pm to 5.45pm (Central European Summer Time and South Africa)
10.30am to 11.45am (Eastern Time)
7.30am to 8.45am (Pacific Time)
Where: Virtual. Bookings are now open.
ATCM is delighted to announce a provisional agenda for next week's seminal Pre-COP event on climate change and the built environment, hosted in partnership with the International Downtown Association. Contributors include a lead author for the report published by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the cities lead for the World Economic Forum and a sustainability expert from Bloomberg Associates. We also welcome the return of Imperial College London who supported our Green High Street 2050 Place Management Conference in 2020.
CHAIR OF KEYNOTE SESSIONS
CEO and President of the International Downtown Association
UNDERSTANDING THE CLIMATE CRISIS
Dr Neil Jennings
Partnership Development Manager, Grantham Institute - Climate Change and the Environment, Imperial College London
CITIES: THE LOCAL BATTLEGROUND IN A GLOBAL WAR
Lauren Racusin (AICP)
Urban Planning, Sustainability and Economic Development, Bloomberg Associates
DIVIDED WE FALL: THE CHALLENGE OF FRAGMENTATION IN CITY GOVERNANCE
Lead Cities and Real Estate, World Economic Forum
ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEW ON CITIES AND THE CLIMATE CRISIS
DR RAFIQ HAMDI
Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium
A Lead Author on the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Association of Town and City Management
UNITED WE STAND PANEL DEBATE
CAN PLACE MANAGEMENT DRIVE URBAN CLIMATE ACTION?
Chaired by Ojay McDonald, CEO, Association of Town and City Management
CEO of Canterbury Business Improvement District (UK)
Chair of the Association of Town and City Management
Golden Triangle Business Improvement District (Washington D.C)
Cape Town Central City Improvement District