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How Ecosystems Can Help Cities to Be Smart

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Wednesday 08, 09:30h - 11:30h | Conference Center | Zone: CC1 – Room 1.1
08-11-2023 09:30 08-11-2023 11:30 Europe/Madrid How Ecosystems Can Help Cities to Be Smart

In an era of rapid urbanization, the concept of a "smart city" has become increasingly popular. Smart cities leverage technology and data to improve the quality of life for their residents, enhance efficiency, and address urban challenges. However, there is a growing recognition that the road to smart cities should be paved with green infrastructure and a deep appreciation for ecosystems. Ecosystems, with their intrinsic ability to support sustainable living, are emerging as essential partners in the quest for urban smartness.

Smart City Association Korea, Ellie Lee - Global Project Manager
Smart City Institute Japan, Takehiko Nagumo-Executive Managing Director
Smart City Cluster Spain, Daniel González Bootello - Managing Director
Moderator: Isabel Sabadí, Managing Director 22@Network Barcelona

Conference Center | Zone: CC1 – Room 1.1

In an era of rapid urbanization, the concept of a "smart city" has become increasingly popular. Smart cities leverage technology and data to improve the quality of life for their residents, enhance efficiency, and address urban challenges. However, there is a growing recognition that the road to smart cities should be paved with green infrastructure and a deep appreciation for ecosystems. Ecosystems, with their intrinsic ability to support sustainable living, are emerging as essential partners in the quest for urban smartness.

Smart City Association Korea, Ellie Lee - Global Project Manager
Smart City Institute Japan, Takehiko Nagumo-Executive Managing Director
Smart City Cluster Spain, Daniel González Bootello - Managing Director
Moderator: Isabel Sabadí, Managing Director 22@Network Barcelona

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