C40 CITY SOLUTIONS PLATFORM

May 23, 2017 - June 15, 2017

City Solutions Platform – Sydney Project Workshop

May 23rd and 24th, 2017 – Sydney, Australia

Workshop delivered in partnership with Arup.

To register to attend this workshop please contact Scott Allison: sca@cleancluster.dk

The City Solutions Platform workshop will assist in determining the most effective way for The City of Sydney to use a fund of $10M AUD to create as much renewable energy as possible, within the earlier time frame, and locally where possible.

The City of Sydney has a target of net-zero emissions for the local government area by 2050, and for 50% renewable electricity by 2030. Sydney, like many other cities, is looking to invest in renewable energy, such as through bulk purchases, subsidies and other incentives.

Download full project description here.

Photo: Sydney, Rick Stevens/AP

City Solutions Platform – Melbourne Project Workshop

June 6th and 7th, 2017 – Melbourne, Australia

Workshop delivered in partnership with Arup.

To register to attend this workshop please contact Scott Allison: sca@cleancluster.dk

The City of Melbourne is looking to create innovative approaches to drainage and flood management that incorporates liveability and useable spaces in the Arden Macaulay precinct of Melbourne.

The Arden Macaulay redevelopment project in Melbourne aims to transform the precinct into one of the best examples of urban regeneration internationally. The Arden Macaulay precinct is an area that is generally underutilized, particularly considering its proximity to the Central City. 

Download full project description here.

Photo: Melbourne, Paul Jeffers/AP

City Solutions Platform – Seattle Project Workshop

June 14th and 15th, 2017 – Seattle, U.S.A.

Workshop delivered in partnership with Arup.

To register to attend this workshop please contact Scott Allison: sca@cleancluster.dk

The City of Seattle will use the City Solutions Platform workshop to create a new policy framework that allows the city to more easily adopt innovative and equitable transportation products and services. 

In the next 20 years, the City of Seattle is expected to increase by 120,000 people – 75 percent of this number being driven by high-tech jobs in the region. 

Download full project description here