The International Committee of Radikale Venstre wants to focus on the megacities of the future and would like to invite you to the Future Cities conference.
The aim of the conference is to focus on the development of these cities and examine how they can be developed in the future.
The conference will cover: the demographics of megacities, the buildings, the green cities of Europe, the intelligent energy-grid and megacities future use of big data as smart cities.
Today cities consume an estimated 75 percent of the world's energy
By the year 2050 approximately 75% of the world’s population will reside in megacities.
Today citites emit more than 80% of greenhouse gases.
What will the future demography look like?
How much urbanization will we see?
How will Copenhagen look like in 2050?
How green are European cities? Siemens has analyzed Europe’s cities and rated them on CO2 emissions, energy use and air pollution.
Siemens European Green City Index named Copenhagen as Europe’s greenest city.
What initiativs has Copenhagen initiateted to ensure Copenhagen as green city?
Urban Equipment, future buildings and livestyle need to meet our demands on both design and function.
But the planet has a limit, and that must be taking into account.
Technological and intelligent solutions: are they part of the answer for how we will use our energy resources optimally in the future?
Knowledge about people and their behavior towards energy, combined with data, can be used to provide an overview on how best to exploit and save energy.
Rio de Janeiro is being upgraded to Smart City for the Olympics in 2016, and IBM has been in charge of the technical aspects in udgrading the city to Smart City.
Chaired by Mette Annelie, Chairman of the The Social Liberal Partys International Committee
Panelists: Martin Kruse, Trine Plambech, Michael Stevns, Trygve Skjøtskift and Kim Escherich.