'Renaturalising Our Cities’ Conference
In person: Facultad Economía y Empresa UPV/EHU
The LIFE IP Urban Klima 2050 project will participate in the 'Renaturalising Our Cities' Conference organised by the Bilbao Urban & Cities Design Association, on 31st January in the Faculty of Economics and Business at the UPV/EHU.
Iñigo Urrutikoetxea Alvarez, member of the Urban Klima 2050 coordination team, will participate with a talk on 'Urban Greening. A necessity with many benefits' in which he will discuss the relevance of the naturalisation of urban spaces and analyse the close relationship between the implementation of natural solutions and the generation of social co-benefits for citizens.
10 am Welcome - Unai Tamayo - Vice-Dean of Basque, students and employability at UPV/EHU
10.05 am Introduction to the conference - Xabier Arruza - Bilbao Urban & Cities Design
10.15 am 'Rights of Nature and Spatial Planning' - Estrella Sánchez - Professor of Applied Economics in the Faculty of Economics and Business at UPV/EHU
10.35 am 'Urban Greening. A necessity with many benefits' - Iñigo Urrutikoetxea - Climate action technician at Ihobe, Public Environmental Management Company. Basque Government
11 am 'The Naturalisation of Cities' Marta Gonzalez Cavia - Architect and Founding Partner of Estudio G&C Arquitectos
11.25 am 'Cities and permeable systems for the smart and sustainable management of rainwater'- Pedro Lasa - Director of SUDS, S.L.
11.50 am 'The Dawn of the Biotech City' Pablo M. Vidarte - CEO and Founder of Bioo