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    Molly Webb - Session Outline - Sustainable Cities: Challenges and Solutions Molly Webb - Session Outline - Sustainable Cities: Challenges and Solutions Presentation Transcript

    • Sustainable Cities: Challenges and Solutions SUPPORTED BY:
    • Sustainable Cities: Challenges and Solutions Agenda 1. Introduction 2. Speaker Sessions 3. Panel Discussion 4. Interactive Q&A 5. Conclusions
    • Aims of Session 1. What technology is available now - we set the scene briefly to display the vast array of sustainable solutions available from an ICT technology perspective 2. Who are the players – we will examine who are the players and the stakeholders in the eco-system of the development and operation of cities and what are their roles and aims 3. What are the barriers & how are they overcome – we will examine the barriers to adoption of the various sustainable technologies that can be applied, by way of case study examinations and where a barrier to adoption was overcome by innovative, and ultimately, practicable and financeable strategies and solutions 4. Where are the examples of barriers being overcome?
    • Sustainable Cities: Challenges and Solutions
    • SPEAKERS Gordon Falconer, Director IBSG, Cisco – Gordon is within Cisco IBSG’s Urban Innovation practice focusing on connected and sustainable cities globally Dr Chengri Ding - University of Maryland / Architecture, Planning & Preservation, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs; Associate Professor & Director of China Land Policy and Urban Development Program, National Center for Smart Growth Mr Zhou Weidong - CTO of Shanghai World Expo Coordination Bureau, Director of the Information and Technology Bureau, Director of the Information Center of World Expo Dr Hyuk Je Kwon, General Manager, Busan Metropolitan Corporation -Hyuk Je Kwon is a general manager at Busan Metropolitan Corporation of Korea Molly Webb, Head of Strategic Engagement, The Climate Group - Molly is responsible for developing and coordinating The Climate Group’s activities across the ICT sector.
    • CASE STUDY 1 – Gordon Falconer - - Case Study & City government - Environment department - Stakeholders Cisco - involved Engineers Citizens Sustainability - No measurable emissions reduction but better decision- Outcome making and citizen inclusion Initial Barriers - Pilot project with partnership model driven by Cisco - Factors which overcame the Strong commitment from city official barriers
    • SPEAKERS Gordon Falconer, Director IBSG, Cisco – Gordon is within Cisco IBSG’s Urban Innovation practice focusing on connected and sustainable cities globally Dr Chengri Ding - University of Maryland / Architecture, Planning & Preservation, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs; Associate Professor & Director of China Land Policy and Urban Development Program, National Center for Smart Growth Mr Zhou Weidong - CTO of Shanghai World Expo Coordination Bureau, Director of the Information and Technology Bureau, Director of the Information Center of World Expo Dr Hyuk Je Kwon, General Manager, Busan Metropolitan Corporation -Hyuk Je Kwon is a general manager at Busan Metropolitan Corporation of Korea Molly Webb, Head of Strategic Engagement, The Climate Group - Molly is responsible for developing and coordinating The Climate Group’s activities across the ICT sector.
    • CASE STUDY 2 – Dr Chengri Ding The challenge of bringing about ‘green GDP’ will be different depending on how cities develop Case Study - Barcelona - Atlanta Outcomes rely on the nature of Sustainability - Density of housing/buildings Outcome - Transport system - Size of the city Short overview of financing mechanisms and the key issues globally Initial Barriers Factors which overcame the barriers
    • SPEAKERS Gordon Falconer, Director IBSG, Cisco – Gordon is within Cisco IBSG’s Urban Innovation practice focusing on connected and sustainable cities globally Dr Chengri Ding - University of Maryland / Architecture, Planning & Preservation, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs; Associate Professor & Director of China Land Policy and Urban Development Program, National Center for Smart Growth Mr. Zhou Weidong, - CTO of Shanghai World Expo Coordination Bureau and Director of the Information and Technology Bureau, and Director of the Information Center of World Expo. Dr Hyuk Je Kwon, General Manager, Busan Metropolitan Corporation -Hyuk Je Kwon is a general manager at Busan Metropolitan Corporation of Korea Molly Webb, Head of Strategic Engagement, The Climate Group - Molly is responsible for developing and coordinating The Climate Group’s activities across the ICT sector.
    • CASE STUDY 3 – Mr. Zhou Weidong - Functionality, Reliability, Simplicity, Efficiency. Case Study Shanghai Expo - Practice a holistic planning phased construction for operation of World Expo - Energy Efficiency - Manage integrated renewable power (2.6 MW annually, 4,000 Sustainability people’s power) Outcome - Manage visitor flow and security - Efficient ticketing systems and using it in the transport systems in Shanghai - planned the use of systems after the Expo Initial Barriers Barrier is in management and communication (multiple departments, sectors and stakeholders) Succeeded because the government of Shanghai (Vice Mayor) Factors which supported and gave a strong advocate overcame the barriers
    • SPEAKERS Gordon Falconer, Director IBSG, Cisco – Gordon is within Cisco IBSG’s Urban Innovation practice focusing on connected and sustainable cities globally Dr Chengri Ding - University of Maryland / Architecture, Planning & Preservation, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs; Associate Professor & Director of China Land Policy and Urban Development Program, National Center for Smart Growth Mr Zhou Weidong - CTO of Shanghai World Expo Coordination Bureau, Director of the Information and Technology Bureau, Director of the Information Center of World Expo Dr Hyuk Je Kwon, General Manager, Busan Metropolitan Corporation -Hyuk Je Kwon is a general manager at Busan Metropolitan Corporation of Korea Molly Webb, Head of Strategic Engagement, The Climate Group - Molly is responsible for developing and coordinating The Climate Group’s activities across the ICT sector.
    • CASE STUDY 4 – Dr Hyuk Je Kwon ⇒ Busan Green u-City Development 1. Project overview 2. Unit Projects Case Study 3. Budget ⇒ Low Carbon City with Green u-City as a New Growth Engine ⇒ Future-oriented Innovative City Sustainability ⇒ Jobs & Value-added Services to Citizens Outcome ⇒ Public & Private Partnership, FDI, U-Infrastructures ⇒ Investment Barriers (i. e. Funding Responsibilities) ♦ Initial Investment, Contract Terms, Guarantees ⇒Competing Projects/Facilities Initial Barriers ⇒ Citizen acceptance ⇒ New Business Model ♦ Public & Private Partnership, Risk Diversification, Convergence ⇒ Gradual Progress Factors which ⇒ Transparency overcame the barriers
    • Sustainable Cities: Challenges and Solutions Interactive Session Questions & Answers