Climate action in Alpine towns – How to?
Peer learning workshop


18 June 2021

A workshop was organized by the Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development ARE in the framework of the Territorial Agenda 2030, with the support of the Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention and ESPON

The workshop was translated into all Alpine languages (German, French, Italian and Slovenian) as well as English and you can watch it again here

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 10.00 Welcome
            and introduction

Dr. Daniel Meltzian, 
Head of Unit, European Spatial Development and Territorial Cohesion,
German Federal Ministry of the Interior BMI

10.10 Green Infrastructure:

          Verdevale Project, Bolzano & Lugano

          Green Space Management: Experience from Glasgow

Madeleine Rohrer
Interreg Verdevale Project

Sean Vincent Kelly
Senior Project Officer, City of Glasgow

         Spatial Planning:
         Climate Master Plan. Why do we need one?
Damian Walliser
Architect, CH

         How to coordinate cross-sectoral climate action?
         Experience from the cities’ department
         for climate protection

Thomas Weiss
City of Kempten, D
11.00  Break

11.10  Panel: Finding an entry into climate-friendly
           urban planning

Moderation: Michaela Gensheimer, ESPON
Sean Vincent Kelly, Damian Walliser, Thomas Weiss, Madeleine Rohrer

11.55  Outlook: Alpine Towns under Swiss
           Presidency of the Alpine Convention

Marc Pfister
Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development ARE
12.00 End


Programme_workshop 18 June_v5_EN.pdf

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Programme_workshop 18 June_v2_DE.pdf

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Programme_workshop 18 June_v2_FR.pdf

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Programme_workshop 18 June_v2_IT.pdf

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