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April 2018

Open European Day at Bonn Resilient Cities

25 April 2018
Bonn, Germany
Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Langer Grabenweg 68 D-53175, Bonn

The fifth Open European Day at Bonn Resilient Cities will bring together key adaptation actors from different organisations: cities and city networks, regional and national governments, researchers, adaptation experts and European representatives.


This year’s Open European Day will build on last year's addition of interactive workshops around key themes. These will be organised by cities, where they will share their local governments’ experience in depth or by relevant institutions that support cities through programmes and initiatives.


Themes will include adaptation, resilience and cultural heritage, looking for the first time into the intersection of adaptation and culture. The OED Marketplace will return following the success of the format at the third Open European Day, providing a space for participants to network and brainstorm.


The Open European Day is organised by ICLEI Europe and the European Environment Agency, co-organised by the RESIN project, Smart Mature Resilience and PLACARD, supported by the European Commission, Ramboll and the European Investment Bank, and endorsed by the LIFE programme, the Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy, Climate-KIC, the European Capital of Innovation, Climate-Fit City, the European Green Capital Award and the European Green Leaf Award.


Registration for the event is open on the OED website: register for the OED here.


The conference report for the 4th OED is now available online.


For further information, visit the Open European Day website.

ICLEI Europe, European Environment Agency


SMR City Resilience Conference

24 April 2018, - 18:00
Bonn, Germany
Gustav-Stresemann-Institut

The final event for the cities of the Smart Mature Resilience project will take place on 24 April 2018, back to back with Open European Day at Bonn Resilient Cities. The event will bring together the four tiers of the Smart Mature Resilience project.


The programme will open with a networking lunch. A city roundtable will include; Towards a European Resilience Management Guideline – lessons learnt, challenges and outlook: Jose M. Sarriegi, Project Coordinator, TECNUN; Co-creation approaches to resilience planning: Lessons from the SMR pilot implementation: Vasileios Latinos, Officer, Sustainable Resources, Climate and Resilience, ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability; Shared insights on boosting local progress for resilience – how the cities made use of the SMR knowledge to further building local resilience: Pierluigi Potenza, City of Rome (Italy), Judith Moreno, City of San Sebastian (Spain), Silje Solvang, City of Kristiansand (Norway).


Following the roundtable, facilitated in-depth discussions will be held in smaller groups, building on city experiences and their lessons learned and building on relevant questions. Speakers: Enrico Ponte, Risk and Resilience Expert, Geoadaptive, City of Turin (Italy); Marco Cardinaletti, Project Manager, Region of Emilia-Romagna (Italy); Helena Perxacs Motgé, City of Barcelona (Spain).


Finally, representatives of DIN will provide an overview of standardization activities within the SMR project.

ICLEI Europe


Critical Infrastructure Resilience 2018

10 April 2018, 09:00 - 17:00
Brussels, Belgium
Convent Garden 2, Place Rogier 16

A one-day event will be held to share the results of the European-funded projects working on the topics of critical infrastructure resilience and city resilience. The projects involved are Smart Mature Resilience, Resolute, RESILENS, DARWIN, IMPROVER and Smart Resilience.


The event is aimed at European-level policymakers, researchers and critical infrastructure practitioners.


For more information, please contact clara.grimes@iclei.org.

Smart Mature Resilience, DARWIN, RESILENS, IMPROVER, RESOLUTE

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 653569.