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Thursday, 04 May
Registration opens (08:15)
OPENING PLENARY (10:00 - 12:00)
S29-32
Lunch (12:00 - 14:00) Co-event: Catalyzing climate resilient action in human settlements through knowledge (UNFCCC NWP) (12:45-13:45)
S01-02
Poster Session (13:00 - 14:00)
S05-06
Parallel sessions A (14:00 - 15:30)
A1 PRESENTATIONS A2 PANEL A3 PANEL A4 PANEL A5 FACILITATED DISCUSSION
City-to-city collaboration and other strategic partnerships to enhance urban resilience
S30-32
Innovative strategies for water management in fast-growing cities
S01-02
Urban health in a changing environment: challenges and opportunities
S34-35
Local enactment of SDG 11: Reflections from four Southern African cities
S25-26
Designing fundable projects to access climate finance
S29-31
Coffee break (15:30 - 16:00)
Parallel sessions B (16:00 - 17:30)
B1 REALITY CHECK WORKSHOP B2 PRESENTATIONS B3 WORKSHOP B4 PRESENTATIONS B5 WORKSHOP
Adaptation on the ground in Copenhagen, Denmark
*16:00-18:00
S25-26
Integrating ecosystem-based adaptation and ecosystem services into urban management strategies
S34-35
Tools to implement and track mitigation and adaptation in the built environment
S01-02
Effective integrated disaster and climate resilience approaches: Lessons from cities
S30-32
Tangible improvements: Lessons learned from infrastructure sustainability and resilience assessments
S29-31
Opening dinner reception hosted by
the City of Bonn (19:00 - 21:00)
Co-event: Cities Climate Finance Leadership Alliance (CCFLA) - Next steps to support the Marrakesh Roadmap for Action
(18:00-19:00) S29-31
Friday, 05 May
Parallel sessions C (9:00 - 10:30)
C1 PANEL C2 FACILITATED DISCUSSION C3 PANEL C4 PANEL
Urban resilience: Critical ingredient of National Adaptation Planning (NAP) process
S25-26
Innovative approaches to building local capacity for resilience
S01-02
Governance for resilience: South American challenges and achievements
S29-31
Closing the disaster risk reduction gap: Understanding and reducing risk in cities
S30-32
Coffee break (10:30 - 11:00)
Parallel sessions D (11:00 - 12:30)
D1 PRESENTATIONS D2 PANEL D3 CITIES-IN-FOCUS SHOWCASE D4 REALITY CHECK WORKSHOP REVISITED! D5 PANEL
Resilient resettlement in post-disaster recovery and internal displacement contexts
S01-02
City resilience without standardization?
S29-31
Nordic innovative solutions for building livable, smart and resilient cities
S25-26
Resilient city: Quito, Ecuador
*11:00-13:00
S34-35
Closing the insurance protection gap: Insuring cities
S30-32
Lunch (12:30 - 14:30) Co-event: Global Centre of Excellence on Adaptation: Anticipating the adaptation urgency (13:30-14:15)
S01-02
Poster Session (13:30 - 14:30)
S05-06
Parallel sessions E (14:30 - 16:00)
E1 PRESENTATIONS E2 PRESENTATIONS E3 PANEL E4 PANEL E5 PANEL
Sharing actionable data for evidence-based resilience planning
S29-31
Towards a political agenda for urban resilience
S01-02
Violence and climate change in cities: Links, questions, new directions
S34-35
Integrating resilience and resource efficiency in cities
S25-26
Closing the financing gap: Investing in cities
S30-32
Coffee break (16:00 - 16:30)
Parallel sessions F (16:30 - 18:00)
F1 REALITY CHECK WORKSHOP F2 PANEL F3 FACILITATED DISCUSSION F4 PANEL F5 PANEL
Integrated flood management for Accra, Ghana
*16:30-18:30
S34-35
Health system resilience and mitigation as an urban climate strategy
S01-02
Towards resilience in the face of urban displacement: Learning from Africa, Asia and the Middle East
S25-26
Resilient urban food systems and the international sustainable development agenda
S29-31
Shaping a resilient and sustainable urban future: The insurance industry and cities agenda going forward
S30-32
Co-event and reception: “Food for Thought” Imagining Sustainable Lifestyles
Organized by UN Environment (19:00-20:00)
S25-26
Dinner Dinner event: (TBC)
Saturday, 06 May
Parallel sessions G (9:00 - 10:30)
G1 PANEL G2 PANEL G3 CITY-IN-FOCUS G4 WORKSHOP
Global Platform for Sustainable Cities: An integrated approach to resilience
S25-26
Pro-poor planning of climate resilience in marginalized neighborhoods
S01-02
Urban response to climate change and storm water management in Oslo
S34-35
Tools and methods for city region food system assessment and planning
S29-32
Coffee break (10:30 - 11:00)
Parallel sessions H (11:00 - 12:30)
H1 PANEL H2 PANEL H3 PANEL H4 PANEL
Unexplored aspects of transportation in urban resilience
S25-26
Bottom-up urban resilience: measuring community and individual capacities
S01-02
To plan for reception of asylum seekers and refugees: Comparative perspectives
S34-35
City network exchange and cooperation mechanisms on urban food systems
S29-32
Lunch (12:30 - 13:30)
Parallel sessions I (13:30 - 15:00)
I1 PANEL I2 PANEL I3 PANEL I4 FACILITATED DISCUSSION
Urban disaster risk management: Tackling earthquake risk
S34-35
Science-policy interface, the UCCRN, and the role of global networks towards Cities IPCC Conference
S01-02
Can cities help address the challenges of land degradation?
S29-32
Challenges & opportunities for urban resilience in informal settlements
S25-26
Break (15:00 - 15:15)
SUMMARY & OUTLOOK PLENARY (15:15 - 16:30)
S29-32
Final Reception (16:30 - 17:00)