10 September 2020, Round Table “Sustainable Development of Marine/Blue Economy in the Azov-Black Sea Region, the Importance of Maritime Spatial Planning — 2020”
Organizers: Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS jointly with the Southern Scientific Centre RAS and the Scientific and Research Institute of Maritime Spatial Planning Ermak Northwest supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
The round table was held offline and online and brought together over 50 participants from various Black Sea countries: academia, regional governments, experts in innovative industries of the Blue Economy, planners, and international organizations (UNESCO, Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation, European Commission's Directorate General for Research and Innovation).
The round table participants discussed the prospects of the Black Sea Basin Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda, the upcoming participation of Russia in the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030), environmental and climatic challenges of the Azov-Black Sea region, and the Common Maritime Agenda for the Black Sea.
The round table discussion outcomes and decisions will be presented at the round tables “Russia’s Strategic Planning System for the Development of Maritime Activities, and the Maritime Spatial Planning” and “Multilateral Regional Cooperation in the Black Sea Based on the Maritime Economy: Opportunities and Prospects” to be held as part of the Strategic Planning Leaders Forum 2020, October 27.
17-25 August 2020, Game of Goals. Online Transport Summer School “The New Silk Road: Trends and Opportunities in Urban Mobility and Green Logistics”
During 17-25 August 2020, leading experts and mentors in sustainable development and transportation planning brought together to hold the Online Transport Summer School “The New Silk Road: Trends and Opportunities in Urban Mobility and Green Logistics”. For about a week, through playing the Game of Goals business game, the school participants had been studying the prospects for the Central Asia region in transportation and logistics and how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) implementation are changing urban mobility. The school participants put the knowledge gained into practice through developing project ideas, led by the mentors from around the world (Almaty, St. Petersburg, Skolkovo, Moscow, Dresden, Tallinn), who gladly shared their invaluable experiences with future decision makers.
Organizers: Kazakh-German University, ICSER Leontief Centre, Green Mobility International Partnership Initiative. The school was held in the Game of Goals business game format.
3 July 2020
The results of an expert survey on changes in strategic planning priorities in 2020 have been processed. The survey was initiated by Tatyana Krasnikova, Executive Director of Scientific Research LLC, in May 2020.
19 June 2020, 3rd Municipalities Forum “Economic Transformation Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic”
The 3rd Municipalities Forum, organized by the Ulyanovsk Region Сenter for Strategic Research, focused on the economic transformation amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Forum included eight thematic platforms organized by the Ulyanovsk region executive bodies and research institutions. The Forum’s key event, the plenary session, was addressed by the Governor of the Ulyanovsk Region Sergey Morozov and leading federal and regional experts, including the Director of the Resource Centre for Strategic Planning under Leontief Centre Boris Zhikharevich.
Boris Zhikharevich spoke about shock-resilient strategies at the plenary session and made a presentation “Strategic Planning During the Economic Transformation” at the open discussion “Strategic Planning in Times of Coronavirus Outbreak”.
5 June 2020, International Circular Economy Webinar
A circular economy and cleantech are constantly discussed at the Strategic Planning Leaders Forum. International Consortium “Saint-Petersburg Cleantech Cluster for Urban Environment” is preparing a green event to be held at the Strategic Planning Leaders Forum 2020. The Cluster is the SmartUp Accelerator project partner of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme. On June 5, the SmartUp Accelerator project is hosting a webinar to discuss sustainability trends in society and consumer behaviour, as well as policies and political perspectives on the future of sustainable consumption and production.
In anticipation of the Strategic Planning Leaders Forum 2020 and in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Resource Centre for Strategic Planning under Leontief Centre, the project “20 Years of Uniting Strategists” has been launched. The project will help strategic planning consultants to effectively respond to the challenges of the current economic crisis exacerbated by the pandemic and to prepare to reconsider the existing regional and municipal strategies that are no longer relevant.
The project concept has gained support at the online meeting called “Towards the Strategic Planning Leaders Forum” held on 29 April 2020. The working group has been created, composed of representatives from the Higher School of Economics, the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, the Leontief Centre – AV Group Consortium.
The project includes a number of events:
27.10.2020 : The Panel Discussion “Implementing SDGs in Russia: Challenges and Opportunities”
The panel discussion “Implementing SDGs in Russia: Challenges and Opportunities”
27.10.2020 : The Round Table “Smart Healthcare Innovation Platform Promoting Value-Based Medicine”
The round table “Smart Healthcare Innovation Platform Promoting Value-Based Medicine”
27.10.2020 : The Round Table “Contribution of Leading Russian Business Companies into Sustainable Urban Development”
The round table “Contribution of Leading Russian Business Companies into Sustainable Urban Development”
27.10.2020 : The Section “National Development Goals of the Russian Federation until 2030.The New Role of the National Projects as a Driver of Russia’s Economic Recovery”
The section “National Development Goals of the Russian Federation until 2030.The New Role of the National Projects as a Driver of Russia’s Economic Recovery”
XIX All-Russia Forum of Strategic Planning Leaders ©