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Start   >  Events  >  Mesa redonda: ¿Cómo conseguir que las ciudades mediterrán...
Date: 27-01-2022
Timetable: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Location: Online

En el marco del acto de clausura del posgrado en Urbanismo y Salud: El Planeamiento Urbanístico como Herramienta de Salud, la UPC School y la Universitat de Vic - Universitat Central de Catalunya os invitan a la mesa redonda: ¿Cómo conseguir que las ciudades mediterráneas compactas sean saludables?

Esta mesa de debate analizará uno de los principales retos que tienen nuestras ciudades por delante: cómo hacerlas más saludables, teniendo en cuenta todos aquellos elementos que influyen. Los perfiles invitados a la mesa redonda son representantes del sector energético, las infraestructuras, la ecología, el urbanismo y la epidemiología ambiental.

Este acto se realizará en catalán. Tendrá lugar en la sede del COAC, pero podrá seguirse en directo por streaming.

PROGRAMA DE LA SESIÓN:

  • Bienvenida, a cargo de:
    • Assumpció Puig. Decana del Colegio de Arquitectos de Cataluña (COAC).
    • Pere Solà. Director académico del posgrado en Urbanismo y Salud.
  • Intervención de una estudiante del posgrado.
  • Mesa redonda, con la participación de:
    • Assumpta Farran. Directora General de Energía de la Generalitat de Catalunya.
    • Ricard Font. Secretario General del Departamento de Vicepresidencia y de Políticas Digitales y Territorio.
    • Imma Mayol. Directora del Área de Ecología del Área Metropolitana de Barcelona.
    • Laia Grau. Gerente de Urbanismo del Ayuntamiento de Barcelona.
    • Dr. Josep Maria Antó. Investigador en el ISGLOBAL.
    • Modera: Guim Costa, vicedecano del COAC.
  • Sesión de debate. El acto contará con la presencia de distintas personalidades de la administración pública.
  • Clausura del acto, a cargo de:
    • Assumpció Puig. Decana del Colegio de Arquitectos de Cataluña (COAC).
    • Jordi Ros. Vicerrector de Arquitectura, Infraestructuras y Territorio de la UPC.
    • Arnau Queralt. Director general del Consejo Asesor para el Desarrollo Sostenible.

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