Pamela Robinson

Professor | Toronto Metropolitan University Toronto, Canada
Pamela Robinson


Dr. Pamela Robinson MCIP RPP is a professor at the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Toronto Metropolitan University. Pamela’s planning research and practice tackle complex and emergent challenges faced by cities. Her current research asks: who’s planning the Canadian smart city. And how do we engage the public in AI governance.


Thematic Roundtable | TOMORROW.BUILDING

The Time For Climate-Positive Districts

Pamela Robinson
Pamela Robinson Toronto Metropolitan University Professor Chair
Gerard Wolf
Gerard Wolf French Ministry of Foreign Affairs Special Advisor to the Minister for Smart and Sustainable Cities Speaker
Maria Galindo
Maria Galindo European Commission Board Member European Mission on Climate Neutral and Smart Cities Speaker
Ruud Schuthof
Ruud Schuthof ICLEI Europe Deputy Regional Director Speaker
Steve Zoegall
Steve Zoegall Jacobs Vice President & Global Market Director for Cities & Places Speaker

#Content Capsule, #Decarbonisation, #Energy Efficiency, #Green Buildings, #Net zero carbon building, #Public Space, #Sustainable built environment, #Urban Planning

07-11-2023 13:00 07-11-2023 13:45 Europe/Madrid The Time For Climate-Positive Districts

How can climate-positive districts lead cities towards sustainability, resilience, and well-being? Greener districts are the first step towards creating thriving urban environments that prioritize resource efficiency, environmental stewardship, and a higher quality of life. How can design, circular economy principles, and sustainable technologies help create a brighter future for all?

Hall 2 | Congress Room: Tomorrow.Building
Tue 7 13:00h - 13:45h Hall 2 | Congress Room: Tomorrow.Building Tomorrow.Building & Full Congress Passes