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SUEZ at Smart City Expo World Congress 2019

Since its first edition in 2011, the Smart City Expo World Congress has become a reference in supporting the development of cities. This international summit is a real link between urban reality and the technological revolution. As an official partner, SUEZ will be present to propose its solutions in supporting cities in their transition to the future.
Come and meet us

Visit our booth n° E503, pavilion 2, level 0

Come and meet us during this exhibition during which we will present our solutions for city performance: intelligent environmental solutions with new generation technologies (multi-service control centers, monitoring and treatment of air pollution, odors and GHG emissions, etc.).

Meet our experts at Pavilion 2, level 0, stand n°E503:
By 2050, there will be more than 9 billion human beings on Earth. Cities and urban areas will be the first to be affected by this demographic growth, gradually and irreversibly facing then new major challenges such as the scarcity of resources, inequalities in access to basic services and new expectations on the part of citizens regarding their governance systems.

In order to face these challenges, cities are changing, evolving and adapting. Thus, for its participation in this ninth edition of the SCEWC, SUEZ proposes to place the citizen at the heart of cities.
Beyond the latest technological innovations, we believe that the city of tomorrow must be intelligent, resilient and built on principles of collaboration and inclusion in order to guarantee its inhabitants a future to aspire to and cities in which life will be good.

For all these reasons, SUEZ's participation in the SCEWC 2019 reinforces its Smart and Resourceful Cities positioning with concrete solutions for cities and industries.

Discover the testimony of Bruno Hervet, our Executive VP Smart & Resourceful Cities on SUEZ's motivation to sponsor this event as a Global Partner

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Our speaking slots

Citizen in the heart of the city and resilience in our speaking engagements

Thematic Session: "Green Cities: Safe, Sustainable and Inclusive Public Spaces"

Cities live in an environmental paradox. On one hand, rapid urbanization and increasing pollution are taking their toll on the quality of life of their inhabitants and the global environment. On the other hand, they are centers of economic growth and creative thinking on how to be more connected and aware of the importance of sustainable development. How can they solve this paradox and implement innovative ideas to get greener?

Date: Tuesday, November 19
When: 2pm to 4pm
Where: Congress Area | Urban Environment Room

Moderator
: Gino Van Begin, Secretary General, ICLEI, Bonn, Germany

Speakers:
- Bruno Hervet, Executive Vice President Smart & Resourceful Cities, SUEZ, Paris, France
- Marcos Daniel Pineda Garcia, Mayor Alcadia de Monteria, Monteria, Columbia
- Jeanne Holm, Smart Cities Lead, City of Los Angeles Information Technology Agency, Los Angeles, USA
- Louis-Frédéric Robin, Head of Smart Cities, Engie, Paris, France

More information about this conference here

 

Plenary Session: Cities Spearheading the Global Green Revolution

Regardless of their number of inhabitants and geographical features, all cities are already being impacted by the effects of the climate crisis, and therefore need to advance towards higher adaptation and mitigation to avoid more disastrous scenarios. To achieve it, every citizen matters and small-scale opportunities are essential when solving the greatest environmental challenges. How can cities become the leading actors when helping to create a greener future? How can governments take bold actions towards locally fostering the green revolution?

Date: Wednesday, November 20
When: 10am to 11am
Where: Congress Area | Auditorium

Chair
: Mitchell Kosny, Professor, Ryerson University School of Urban and Regional Planning, Toronto, Canada

Speakers:
- Bertrand Camus, Chief Executive Officer, SUEZ, France
- Laura Faye Tenenbaum, Science Communicator, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Burbank, USA
- Karine Dognin-Sauze, Vice-President in charge of Smart City, Innovation and Digital, Lyon Metropole, France
- Miguel Eiras Antunes, Global Smart Cities Leader, Deloitte, Lisboa, Portugal
- Mauricio Vila Dosal, Governor, City of Yucatan, Mexico

More information about this conference here
About SCEWC

"Cities made of dreams", theme of the Smart City Expo World Congress 2019

The Congress brings together a wide range of stakeholders, from cities to professionals, who share their experience in building the cities of tomorrow. For this 2019 edition, the congress will focus on five main areas around the most urgent issues facing cities: digital transformation, the urban environment, mobility, governance and finance, and inclusive and shared cities.

SCEWC in 2018

21,331
visitors
+700
cities

146

countries
+400
speakers
+60
side events
844
exhibitors
Practical information

When

19 - 21 November 2019
  • Tuesday, November 19: 9am to 7pm
  • Wednesday, November 20: 9am to 7pm
  • Thursday, November 21: 9am to 5pm

Where

Fira Barcelona Gran Via
Av. Joan Carles I, 64 – Halls 1 & 2
08908 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat
Barcelona (Spain)
Pass EXPO 3-days: 100
Pass CONGRES 3-dayss: 995€
More informations here!
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