Connecting Citizens - 2010 Urban Symposium (US2010)
Venue: Lincoln Alexander Theatre
|Event Date/Time: Apr 15, 2010||End Date/Time: Apr 16, 2010|
|Registration Date: Apr 16, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Mar 30, 2010|
Join AMO at the Lincoln Alexander Theatre in Hamilton on April 15 and 16th. Hereâ€™s a sampling of the line-up:
Carl-Johan Korsas, President & CEO, Framtiden Group (Goteborg Housing Corporation), Sweden Speaks toPartnerships in Redevelopment
The collapse of the Swedish shipbuilding industry thirty years ago left a blight on the City of Goteborgâ€™s landscape. That all changed when two city-owned companies started a massive Brownfields re-development. Join Carl-Johan who will speak of the challenges and benefits of redeveloping an old industrial site with a multitude of partners.
Erik Freudenthal, Manager, GlashusEtt, Hammarby, Stockholm, Sweden Talks â€˜Eco-Citiesâ€™
The â€œHammarby modelâ€ has become a leading worldwide example of environmentally-friendly city development. Learn how this large scale green urban development has a dramatically reduced carbon footprint. From district heating to waste management, Erik is a â€˜must-seeâ€™ speaker for any community with a vision for sustainable development.
Peter McLeod, Principal & Co-Founder, Mass LBP Brings You The Public Consultation Toolbox
Public consultation and civic engagement are key parts of the democratic process. Peter offers a host of tools and techniques to help you and your community re-invent these integral elements of the local decision making process.
Andrew Coyne, Journalist and Political Pundit: What It Was, What It Is, What It Will Be - The Future of the Urban Agenda
A session where he addresses the current influences on the urban agenda and what those influences will be in ten yearâ€™s time.Andrew Coyne is the National Editor of Macleanâ€™s magazine and he has been a regular political commentator as a member of the At Issue panel on CBCâ€™s The National since 2005. Andrewâ€™s commentary has extended beyond the corridors of Parliament to include urban issues.
and many more...Donâ€™t miss the 2010 Urban Symposium, register today!