The next EUROCITIES Environment Forum meeting will take place in Amsterdam from 4 to 6 April 2018, on the theme of ‘Towards circular cities: how to make it work’.
The forum will be an opportunity to look into Amsterdam’s progress in achieving circular economy and see how cities can better integrate topics such as waste or energy in their urban development. Local politicians will be invited to reflect together with the business sectors, European Institutions representatives and financial institutions on how to make circular economy working locally.
We count on the presence of several politicians, including Abdeluheb Choho, deputy mayor of Amsterdam, Felipe Araujo, deputy mayor of Porto, Züleyxa Izmailova deputy mayor of Tallin, Christel Hohler, deputy mayor of Strasbourg, Matteo Campora, deputy mayor of Genoa, Ulf Kamne, deputy mayor of Gothenburg and Peter Plüschke, deputy mayor of Neurenberg.
On Tuesday 3rd afternoon, we are organizing a special session dedicated to climate issues where we will discuss the future work of EUROCITIES in this field, focusing on the roadmap to the next COP24. In another session, we will report on the environment-related urban partnerships of air quality and energy transition. Please note that the urban agenda partnership on climate adaptation will report during the first of the two sessions.
If not already done, you are invited to register and reserve your hotel using the registration link below and the link to the practical guide, showcasing useful information such as venues and hotel recommendations.
See you in Amsterdam on the 4th-6th of April 2018!