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  • Virtual dialogues on resilient infrastructure Asian Development Bank


    Date: 25 Feb 2021
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Virtual dialogues on resilient infrastructure

MAIN ORGANIZER(S): Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 25 Feb 2021 Location: Online event

Building on the first season of the Virtual Dialogues on Resilient Infrastructure, the second season will focus on sector specific aspects, with sessions covering urban, water, energy and transport. Each session will be jointly organized with respective sector groups from ADB’s Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department.

Session Summary

Time:  2:00-3:30pm, Manila Time

The first webinar of the Virtual Dialogues on Resilient Infrastructure for 2021 will be on "business unusual for resilient urban infrastructure”. The webinar will bring together experts and practitioners to discuss opportunities to accelerate innovation for resilient urban infrastructure.

Speakers

  • Alexander Nash, Urban Development Specialist, Asian Development Bank
  • Kerrie Burge, Project Manager, Indonesia Built/Revitalizing Informal Settlements and their Environments (RISE), Monash University
  • Matthew Savage, Director, Oxford Consulting Partners

Event website: https://adb.eventsair.com/virtual-dialogues-on-resilient-infrastructure/events



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