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Urban Resilience

Cities Facing Extremes: How Do We Adapt?
2 August 2022, 10.15 – 11.45am


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50oC heat waves, 1-in-100 year storms and prolonged droughts are just some of the extreme events projected to impact cities more frequently as the world heats up. Understanding the interplay of disruptions in our cities is key to adapting for greater resilience. How can cities do this?

Agenda


Keynote


Yoo-Young-Sook_Tracks.png Yoo Young Sook
Chairperson, Climate Change Center
Former Minister of the Korean Ministry of Environment

Panel Discussion


Hemaliben-Boghawala_Tracks.png Hemaliben Boghawala
Mayor, Surat
India
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Managing Director of Buildings (Global)
Ramboll
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Mayor
Melbourne
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Mayor
Christchurch
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Vice Present for Private Sector and PPP
ADB
Amit-Midha_Tracks.png Amit Midha
President, Asia Pacific & Japan and Global Digital Cities
Dell Technologies
Zhu-Da-Jian_Tracks.png Zhu Da Jian
Head of Shanghai Tongji University Department of Public Management and Policy; Policy Advisor for Shanghai Municipal Government
China

Moderator:


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Executive Director
Resilient Cities Network

Audience Q&A


Information is accurate at time of published.