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Net-Zero Cities by 2030: Smart City Lab

Adobestock 324084079 sustainable city web
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    6 LU/HSW AIA credits available

This is a sponsored event by the Harvard Graduate School of Design Executive Education.

The current storm of climate and COVID disruption worldwide is forcing companies, cities, and countries to embrace 2030 as the net-zero target for carbon emissions. This program is designed for leading executives, investors and change leaders seeking rapid climate action and 10X results. Each session provides an engaged introduction to strategies, tools and leadership for bold climate innovation from leading experts, with an overall emphasis on how cities can leverage existing data sources to create digital twin cities and use their insights to help reach sustainable development goals.

The three sessions look at the newest developments in creating sustainable cities, with sessions focusing on (1) using big data, digital twins, and smart city labs for complex city-planning scenarios, (2) decoding sustainable development KPIs to meet climate-adaptation goals, and (3) scaling 10X frameshift financing across the full spectrum of impact and digital finance and unlocking the tools and techniques of 360 capital.


Mathis Grimstad
CEO, Owner, Stor-Oslo Eiendom
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Joel Mills
CEO, Offshore Simulator Centre and Augment City
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