Building Resilient Cities
Cities worldwide face incredible challenges and opportunities due to demographic shifts, resource depletion, climate change, and economic volatility. To respond effectively, cities need to be even more adaptable, efficient, sustainable, and connected - to become ‘smarter’ and more resilient. We help facilitate that change.
Leading experts in the field of sustainable mobility and air quality will show how to implement sustainable mobility. Be inspired with examples of successful projects in Schiphol, Rotterdam and Amsterdam. Includes coaching to support you.
Summary of keynote speech by Brian Kilkelly at MIPIM Japan, September 8, 2016, Osaka, Japan. Cities that are ‘smart’ focus on integrating their transport systems, infrastructure investments, making the most of technology and data advances, and exploiting the latest
Next month over 50,000 leaders will gather from governments, cities, business, science, finance, policy, and civil society to debate and (hopefully) decide on a world climate change treaty that steers us towards a sustainable future for our planet. I believe cities are at the