Against the background of global climate change, changes in mobility and technological innovations, cities and regions face the challenge of systemic transformation in the areas of transportation, energy, housing, etc. The transformation management approach requires joint efforts of a wide range of stakeholders to make major change, not fragmentary improvements. This is a management tool for developing the transformative potential of “change leaders” and building future-oriented relationships. Cities and countries should both develop their own transformative paths and cooperate with each other.
Topics to be discussed:
- The applicability of transformation management for different sectors and in different countries;
- Germany’s experience in implementing the Programme “City of the Future”;
- Transformation paths towards green transportation;
- International cooperation for sustainable development of the cities and regions of Russia.
Organizers: Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER), ICSER Leontief Centre
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Egermann Markus, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER). Senior Researcher
Rach Sarah, DRIFT (Dutch Research Institute for Transitions, Erasmus University Rotterdam). Researcher / Advisor Urban Sustainability Transitions
Limonov Leonid, ICSER Leontief Centre. Director-Coordinator Research Progammes
Strategic Planning for Metropolitan Areas in Russia: Challenges and Opportunities
Kotov Anatolii, Administration of Governor of St. Petersburg. Special representative of the Governor of St. Petersburg on economic development
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