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CUD Global Conference Agenda - Amsterdam 23-24 September 2008
 

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Full agenda detailing speakers and themes from the two day conference bringing together thought leaders from business, city governments and academia to share knowledge, experiences and collaborate to ...

Full agenda detailing speakers and themes from the two day conference bringing together thought leaders from business, city governments and academia to share knowledge, experiences and collaborate to drive forward the CUD program.

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    CUD Global Conference Agenda - Amsterdam 23-24 September 2008 CUD Global Conference Agenda - Amsterdam 23-24 September 2008 Document Transcript

    • Conference Agenda Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2008 23 - 24 September Passenger Terminal, Amsterdam Piet Heinkade 27 1019 BR Amsterdam The Netherlands Day One - September 23 0730 – 0850 Registrations & Coffee Opening Session Opening remarks by moderators - Nicola Villa, Global Director, Connected Urban Development, Cisco, and Ronald Prins, Director, Department of Environment and Construction, City of Amsterdam Opening Address by Amsterdam Mayor Job Cohen Opening Address by Chris Dedicoat, President Cisco Europe Video Message, José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission Opening Keynote Session: From the Latest Evidence on Climate Change, to ICT as a Lead Enabler of a Connected and Sustainable Urban Environment Professor Alan Rodger, Director, Head of Science Programs, British Antarctic Survey Professor Bill St. Arnaud, Chief Research Officer, CANARIE, Canada Q&A Coffee Break Connectivity for Sustainability: on Smart Transport Solutions Sang Bum Kim, Assistant Mayor (Seoul), Head of City Transport Bureau – On Connected and Sustainable Transport Q&A
    • Connected & Sustainable Work: Launch of the Amsterdam CUD Smart Work Center Introductions by Bas Boorsma, Head CUD (Amsterdam) and session moderator Marijke Vos, Alderwoman for Environment, City of Amsterdam – Tomorrow’s Way of Working in Amsterdam Today Public Launch of the first Smart Work Center (live link up with SWC location in Almere; Launch by Annemarie Jorritsma and Job Cohen) 1300 – 1400 Conference Luncheon Plenary Session: The Future of Urban Design Peter Head, Director, ARUP Professor Michael Braungart, Author of Cradle-to-Cradle Break Thematic Sessions (Parallel) 1600 – 1730 Thematic Break-outs: Connected Urban Development Innovations Connected and Sustainable Work Connected and Sustainable Mobility Green ICT Sustainable Energy in Connected Urban Environments Connected and Sustainable Buildings and distributed Urban Design Strategic Role of Carbon Markets : Implications and Responses 1730 End of Day One of Conference Proceedings
    • Day Two – September 24 0800 – 0900 Registrations & Coffee Introductory Remarks by plenary session moderator Hans Tijl, Deputy Director, Economic Development Agency (OGA), City of Amsterdam Opening Keynote Address of Day 2: Vision for the Sustainable City of Tomorrow António Costa, Mayor of Lisbon 21st Century Urban Infrastructures as Rudiment to a Sustainable and Successful Society Viviane Reding, Commissioner for Information Society and Media, European Commission (Video Message) Benoit Felten, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group J.D. Stanley, Director, IBSG Public Sector, Cisco Q&A Break Thematic Sessions (Parallel) Thematic Break-outs: A Vision for the Future - Thought-leadership for Sustainability Connected and Sustainable Work Connected and Sustainable Mobility Green ICT Sustainable Energy in Connected Urban Environments Connected and Sustainable Buildings and a larger distributed Urban Design 1245 – 1415 Boat Luncheon Connectivity for Sustainability: on Smart Urban Design and the Eco-Map Dr Stephan Winters, Secretary of State for Urban Development, City of Hamburg – Connecting with the Future: A Greener Hamburg Jared Blumenfeld, Director, Department of Environment, City & County of San Francisco
    • Closing Session: Visions for a Connected and Sustainable Urban Future Professor Carlota Perez, Universities of Cambridge, Sussex and Tallinn Simon Willis, Vice President, IBSG, Cisco Closing Comments by Nicola Villa, Global Director, Connected Urban Development, Cisco 1730 End of Day Two and End of Conference