How can the Belt and Road Initiative develop better cities for better lives? The Imperial Springs Forum Inclusive Sustainable & Resilient Cities in the B&R Initiative just closed down with a final declaration that you can read here.
Key conclusions and ideas will be presented to the Australian G20 Presidency
The Final Report of the Club de Madrid 2011 Annual Conference & Gala Dinner (8-9 November, New York City United States) is out.
The 2010 Urban Roundtable, a joint activity between the Club of Madrid, th OECD and the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, celebrated on May 25, 2010 at the OECD Headquarters, allowed major stakeholders to debate and discuss current best practices and identify knowledge gaps in urban green growth strategies being organised.
OECD Headquarters in Paris will be the setting for this initiative, to be held on 26 May 2010. The roundtable will bring together Former Presidents and Prime Ministers, policy makers and scholars on the so-called BRICS Countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). This activity is part of the work being carried out by the Club of Madrid on the Political Dimensions of the World Economic Crisis, which has included four regional Roundtables on the European, Latin American, the Arab World and African perspectives.