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国际城镇合作项目-亚洲区域

世界人口大约有54%生活在城市中,并且该比例仍在继续上升。

城市人口增加意味着经济增长,但同时也给城市服务增加了巨大压力(包括能源、水、健康、交通和住房),这又给环境和生活质量造成负面影响。

在全球层面,这在气候变化方面带来了巨大挑战。也使城市成为应对该挑战的重要参与方。

欧洲城市希望和世界上其他城市合作,共享机遇,创新发展方式,创造新的经济发展机遇。

国际城镇合作项目帮助欧洲城市和其他城市合作,同时也可以帮助中国城市和世界上的其它城市合作。

国际城镇合作项目推动城市间、区域间的直接合作,使欧盟以及欧盟区域以外的各方都参与进来。

解决方案的一个重要方面,是与私人领域紧密合作。该项目将促成欧盟及其他区域的企业开展合作。

在亚洲区域,该项目分为两个部分,涵盖以下区域:中国、香港、印度尼西亚、马来西亚、新加坡、韩国和越南。下拉可见更多信息。

一、城镇可持续发展的城市间合作

欧盟城市将与来自于其他区域的城市配对,以共同面对可持续发展挑战。选定的城市将得到分享城镇可持续解决方案知识和最佳规范方面的扶持。

这将部分通过发展本地行动方案实现,本地行动方案将概述用于实现有形结果的活动和试点项目。将建立一个知识交流平台,在平台上提供资源和克服特定城镇发展障碍的最佳规范。

包含国家:欧盟成员国和中国

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二、《全球市长公约》指导下的各国省(州)级行动

鼓励各国的城市和其他省(州)级地区加入全球市长公约计划。通过该计划,各国城市或省(州)政府承诺遵守减缓和适应气候变化与获得能源的原则。

签约城市可获得相关技术及合作方面的支持,以确保其在节能减排方面所做的承诺。

亚洲国家和地区包括: 中国, 香港, 印度尼西亚, 马来西亚, 新加坡, 韩国和越南

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  • 04
    十月 4, 2020

    European Week of Regions and Cities

    全天
    2020.10.04-2020.10.16

    The IUC Webinar takes place on 13.10.2020 from 09:30 – 11:00 CET.

    Please register here: https://europa.eu/regions-and-cities/programme/sessions/1069_en

  • 13
    十月 13, 2020

    Webinar at EWRC - International Urban Cooperation - China, India, Japan

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    2020.10.13

    Countries across the world share a common interest in promoting a human-centred and environmentally-friendly urban development model that delivers clean, resource-efficient, socially fair, smart cities. The EU has increasingly supported actions in this field on a global scale including the International Urban Cooperation programme, IUC (2017-2020). The IUC has established a number of thematic networks for this cooperation. This workshop will examine the results of this cooperation regarding added value for public authorities and the private sector. It will also reflect on the effects of external shocks like the coronavirus crisis on cities in areas like public health and economic recovery, highlighting the added value of international cooperation. In three sessions, selected pairings from across the world will jointly present and make recommendations for the future.

    Panel Session 1: Smart City & Digital Transition: China (Guangzhou) – India (Panaji-GOA) – EU (Barcelona, Spain)

    Panel Session 2: Green Deal.Circular Economy & Energy Transition: Japan (Koriyama) – EU (Rome, Italy) – China (Chengdu)

    Pablo Gandara, Team Leader, IUC Asia, Belgium.
    Hidefumi Imura, Team Leader, IUC Japan, Japan.
    Panagiotis Karamanos, Team Leader, IUC India, India.

    Nelson Jorge, Team Leader, European Commission, Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI), Belgium.
    Dominnique LI, Managing Director, Guangzhou Global Star Investment LTD. Guangzhou Development District Foreign Affairs Office, China.
    Yii Liu, Deputy Director, Energy Internet Research Institute (EIRI), Chengdu, China.
    Sandra Marin Herbert, Coordinator, IUC Methodology Taskforce, Belgium.
    David Martínez, CEO, Municipal Institute of Urbanism, Spain.
    Patrick Maureli, Coordinator for GIS, BIM and Data Management, CITERA Sapienza University, Italy.
    R Niessler, Principal Advisor for International Relations, DG REGIO, European Commission, Belgium.
    Sanjit Rodrigues, Commissioner, Corporation of the City of Panaji, India.
    Betina Stollar, Programme Director for Asia-Pacific, Department of International Relations, Barcelona City Council, Spain.
    Yohei Watabane, Business Creation Division, City of Koriyama, Japan.

     13WS1069V
     Workshop
     Cohesion and Cooperation
     European Commission – DG REGIO
     English (EN)
     Zoom

     

  • 16
    十月 16, 2020

    EIRI Chengdu - The 2nd Energy Internet International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summit

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    2020.10.16

    The IUC team will participate at the 2nd Energy Internet International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summit.

    Description (from the organiser EIRI)

    With the goal of building an international industrial technology innovation system for the Energy Internet, we will gather global innovation and entrepreneurship resources such as industry leaders, well-known universities, well-known incubators, and investment institutions at home and abroad, and promote the integration and development of large and medium-sized enterprises in the energy Internet field. The General Office of the National Development and Reform Commission requested the relevant requirements of the “Notice of Organizing and Carrying out the Series of Activities of “Creating China” in 2020 (KXA Office Letter Qi Zi [2020] No. 45)”, and coordinated development of various national innovation and innovation demonstration bases. The “Second Energy Internet International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summit” jointly organized by the Chengdu Management Committee of the New District and the Tsinghua Sichuan Energy Internet Research Institute will be held on October 15-17, 2020 at the Vanke Cloud City Convention Center in Chengdu, China.

    The summit will focus on the international development opportunities of the energy Internet industry, build an industrial ecosystem of open sharing, cooperative innovation of the energy Internet, and discuss the transnational energy Internet industry and technology in the new situation around industrial innovation and landing, achievement transfer and transformation, and venture capital. Cooperation and future energy development trends.

    Watch live: https://wx.vzan.com/live/tvchat-947867378?shareuid=174368701&vprid=0&sharetstamp=1602737754952

    Agenda

    Programme

  • 29
    十月 29, 2020

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    2020.10.29

    Overview

    The city of Granada was granted with a competitive fund from the IUC Asia programme to run three thematic webinars on Smart City, Circular Economy and Biotech, with a common point of view: how to use blockchain technologies in their respective fields.

    But also, there is another result from this project, the creation of an analog/digital disruptive own ecosystem, based in a platform to develop future joint projects on blockchain, involving the cities, research centers and companies participating in the webinars (who are current or former pilot cities of the IUC Programme).

    A video under production will explain the objectives and goals to be implemented in the near future.

    The main goal is to develop a digital environment to create a digital cluster with solid relationships for further/future cooperation of the participating cities. There are 3 axis of crossed participation: city councils, clusters (digital innovation hubs and companies) and the Academia.

     

    Scope and objectives of the webinars:

    These webinars will present the main challenges that represents blockchain technology in relation of the three fields of application, and will debate how to cooperate in order to find common solutions and/or the exchange of information or research in joint venture projects. The idea is to show the actual framework and state-of-art of blockchain in the participating cities.

     

    Participants:

    Representatives from the Pilot Cities will debate and define future needs and concrete possibilities of cooperation. University researchers and professors. Members of the clusters involved in the territories of each one of the pilot cities. Representatives of companies of these cities working in blockchain developments. The IUC Asia managing team will also be invited.

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