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URBAN THINKERS CAMPUS 7.0

The Urban Thinkers Campus (UTC) is an initiative of the World Urban Campaign driven by UN-Habitat. The UTC is conceived as an open space for critical exchange between urban researchers, professionals, and decision-makers who believe that urbanization is an opportunity and can lead to positive urban transformations. It is also intended as a platform to build consensus between partners engaged in addressing urbanization challenges and proposing solutions to urban futures. READ MORE

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COVID19 - Urban Thinkers Campus 

1st Edition - Report

 

COVID19 - Urban Thinkers Campus 

2nd Edition - Report

 

 

Urban Thinkers Campus 5.0

- Report

 

 

Urban Thinkers Campus 6.0 

 

 

ClimateAction4Cities - Solutions 

UTC Event Title: ‘The City We Need Now’: Envisioning a smart and sustainable future for Hong Kong

 

Date and Time: 18/6/2022 10:00 – 17:00 HKT (02:00 – 09:00 UTC)

 

Link to the event information and registration page: https://cuhk.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5hErUqUT0FcDFLU

 

List of speakers:

  1. Dr Chan Ying, Crystal - Postdoctoral Fellow, Jockey Club School of Public Heal & Primary Care, CUHK - Convenor, Public Health Research Collaborative

  2. Mr Ho Chun Kit, Charles - Project Director (Social Housing), The Hong Kong Council of Social Service

  3. Ms Chung Sum Yue, Natalie - Co-founder, V’air Hong Kong

  4. Mr Wu Long Chi, Keith - Former Co-chairperson, Young Planners Group, The Hong Kong Institute of Planners

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UTC Event Title: Affordable Housing Technologies and Sustainable Innovation Communities 

 

Date and Time: TBC (POSTPONED)

 

This Urban Thinkers Campus will showcase cutting-edge construction and other housing and community development technologies to create more affordable housing and sustainable communities, promote technological innovation in housing production by reducing costs and time, and address the challenging issue of climate change. The three-day event will focus on a wide range of new technologies, materials, and methods, ranging from 3-D printing to wood and other bio-based components.

Link to the event information and registration page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/urban-thinkers-campus-tickets-355173352057