2nd CAMELOT International Event
This online event examines European metropolitan regions’ role in implementing the new standards for spatial and urban development as specified in the New Leipzig Charter and the Territorial Agenda 2030.
It offers the opportunity to reflect on these revised strategies and examine the next steps for their implementation- ahead of their adoption by the national governments on 30 November and 1 December during the German EU Council Presidency.
The conference will take place on 19 November 2020, 15:00- 16:30
The Territorial Agenda 2030- Sina Redlich, European Spatial and Urban Development, Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development
The New Leipzig Charter - Jonas Scholze, Executive Secretary and Head of EU Office, German Association for Housing Urban and Spatial Development
Metro regions: right scale for green, just and productive cities - Thomas Kiwitt, Director Planning, Verband Region Stuttgart
European funds enabling metropolitan cities to thrive: the experience of Milan- Carmine Pacente, Head of Coordination European Planning, Metropolitan city of Milan and member of CoR in Brussels
Sustainability in European cities: Lessons for cities of the US - Dale Medearis, Senior Environmental Planner, Northern Virginia Regional Commission
The online event is organized within CAMELOT project (Cities And Metropolis in Europe Labouring Onward Together) funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union, which entails the metropolitan regions and cities of Barcelona, Bari, Craiova, Gdansk-Gdynia-Sopot, Milan, Porto, Stuttgart and Zagreb as well as ALDA - European Association for Local Democracy.
For more information contact Email: Frieder Oesterle