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CPH Climate Solutions Annual Conference 2017

Den 28. august åbner Industriens Hus dørene for Københavns store klimakonference under overskriften ”Cities in Transition for a Sustainable Future”. Her sættes Københavns og andre storbyers klimaplaner til debat. Kom og mød beslutningstagere og kolleger.

The City of Copenhagen has set the ambitious climate target of becoming CO2-neutral by 2025. At the annual climate conference, taking place on 28 August in the House of Industry, focus is on those targets and the actions to reach them. There will be discussion on Copenhagen Climate Plan 2025, Roadmap 2017-2020 and the Copenhagen Adaptation Plan.

Among the themes discussed are energy systems, mobility, circular economy, public procurement, urban planning, climate adaptation and buildings.

Representatives of other ambitious cities in Denmark and Northern Europe will take part in the conference, sharing their own plans and discussing Copenhagen’s. Several workshops will highlight collaboration, business opportunities and financing and how Copenhagen’s experience is being shared internationally, also involving business elements.

Join the conference with other experts, decision makers and business representatives. Update yourself on Copenhagen’s climate plans. Learn from other cities’ best practices. Share your own experience.
For further information, programme and registration for this (free) conference, click here.

 

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Tid
28.-29. august 2017 

Sted
H.C. Andersens Boulevard 18. 1553 Copenhagen V Danmark

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PUBLICERET: 01-08-2017 OPDATERET: 01-08-2017