Earth Calling – Debate
Earth Calling: How do we shape the green cities of the future?
Thursday October 10th 19:00-20:30
Format: Debate (the event will be in Danish)
Jorden Kalder or “Earth calling”, is a series of debate events where experts engage in dialogue with each other and the audience about how we can create a sustainable future and safely pass the planet on to the next generations. The debates focus on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and digital crowdsourcing of the audience’s questions and ideas, submitted through their smartphones.
To highlight the theme of the C40 Summit we have invited three experts to present and debate how to shape the green cities of the future.
The panel is:
- Natalie Marie Gulsrud, Associate professor, University of Copenhagen
- Niels Jørgen Aagaard, Head of Department I, DTU BYG
- Morten Ryberg, Assistant professor, DTU Management
Jorden Kalder is a collaboration between the Natural History Museum of Denmark and the Sustainability Science Centre.
Get tickets via this link: https://snm.ku.dk/english/activities/c40/
|Time 19:00-20:30||Organisation University of Copenhagen|
|Location Geologisk Museum/Geological Museum, Øster Voldgade 5-7, 1350 Kbh K, in the Auditorium||Contact person firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Maximum number of participants 150||More information snm.ku.dk/english/activities/c40/|
|Get tickets here|