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Sustainable as Inclusive: Toward a French approach on sustainable cities

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On the occasion of the organization of the C40, the Danish-French Chamber of Commerce, Business France, the French Embassy and MEDEF International (Task Force on Sustainable City) are pleased to invite you on Friday 11th of October to the conference “Sustainable as Inclusive: Toward a French approach on sustainable cities”.

 

On the occasion of the organization of the C40, the Danish-French Chamber of Commerce, Business France, the French Embassy and MEDEF International (Task Force on Sustainable City) are pleased to invite you on Friday 11th of October to the conference “Sustainable as Inclusive: Toward a French approach on sustainable cities”.

The French approach to sustainable cities considers governance, inclusivity and connectivity as key for a sustainable future of any city in tomorrow’s world, and that the challenge of sustainable cities in emerging countries is fundamental in the global equation. The idea is to gather different actors to co-build smarter cities in a user centric way, ensuring both environmental, economic, and social inclusion. It also encompasses creating links between city users via mobility and digital connectivity. We will illustrate the sustainable city à la française by the planning of the Paris 2024 Olympics. Thus, the French Olympic Games Delivery Authority, SOLIDEO, has applied a highly ambitious environmental excellence strategy and is committed to creating an exemplary heritage for the territories involved, their inhabitants and generations to come. 

Discover what must be the European city of 2050!

Detailed program of the conference:

1:30-1:40 PM Introduction by Mr. Gérard Wolf, Special advisor to sustainable city for the French Government

Round Table 1 (1:40-2:10 PM) - Governance as a key asset : Toward a user centric approach to co-build smarter cities, animated by Gérard Wolf
- Herman Mashaba, Mayor of Johannesburg (keynote speaker)
How can public-private governance be key in the way we see our city in the upcoming decades ?
- Jean-Louis Missika, Deputy Mayor of Paris - Urbanism, architecture, Grand Paris, Economic Development and attractivity 
- Carole Brozyna-Diagne, Chief sustainability & quality officer (JC Decaux)

Round Table 2 (2:10-2:40 PM)- Connected cities : Creating tangible links between city users
- Carmen Munoz (CEO, Citelum Group)
- Philippe Delleur (Senior Vice President Public Affairs, Alstom)
- Jean-Luc Chapoton (Group International Development Director chez RATP Dev

Round Table 3 (2:40-3:10 PM) The 2024 Paris Olympics : A showcase of tomorrow sustainable city
- Nicolas Ferrand (CEO of SOLIDEO) - Ambition, vision and infrastructures porject of Paris Olympics
Set up at the beginning of 2018, the Olympic and Paralympic Equipment Delivery Company (Solideo) is responsible for the construction and modernization of all Games infrastructures and sports equipment, as well as their reconversion after the event. This global event aims to embody the French know-how in terms of innovative, resilient and sustainable urban infrastructures ("resilient sustainable city", "low carbon city", "urban biodiversity", and the "digital city").

3:10-3:25 PM - Q&A session

3:25-3:30 PM - Concluding words by Gérard Wolf

3:30-4:30 PM - Networking cocktail

Practical information:
- Time: Friday 11th October 13.30 – 16.30 
- Location/Address: NJORD Law Firm, Pilestræde 58, 1112 Copenhagen 

Warning, the number of guests is limited; you will receive a confirmation email a few days after your registration. 

Registration is required before October 10th. 

 

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