Public decision-makers are multiplying initiatives to combat climate change and biodiversity loss. At the same time, many issues must be tackled to make territories more attractive, interconnected, resilient,
Public decision-makers are multiplying initiatives to combat climate change and biodiversity loss. At the same time, many issues must be tackled to make territories more attractive, interconnected, resilient, innovative… and sustainable.
- How can we reconcile these challenges in a context specific to each territory?
- How, for example, can we meet the challenge of reindustrialisation while aligning ourselves with a sustainable carbon trajectory?
- How can we revitalize city centres by reinventing mobility policies?
- How can we use digital technology and innovation to manage public action better?
Through a day of conferences and exchanges, these questions will be addressed and discussed during feedback from elected officials and sharing of inventive solutions and presented in the innovation village and exhibition garden, with a view to accelerating economic and territorial cooperation.
On 12 September, at the Paris IDF CCI (Paris 8th arrondissement), public decision-makers and innovative players will come together for this 5th edition to map out the road to sustainability.
In addition, during the HUB Cities Impact Summit, all participants will have the chance to schedule 1-to-1 meetings with public and private entities. Marta Álvarez, Stakeholder & Partnership Manager and Jordi Casas, City Development & Public Funding Officer at EIT Urban Mobility Innovation Hub South, will be attending the event, presenting the offer to the French market.
(Tuesday) 09:00 - 18:00
CCI Paris Ile-de-France, Hôtel Potocki, Paris 8