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Keynote Speakers


Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, PhD

She is researcher at Instituto de Ingeniería UNAM, professor of the Energy Postgraduate Program, member of the National Research System and member of the Mexican Academy of Sciences. Was member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which in 2007 won the Nobel Peace Prize. She has published over one hundred specialized articles and two books on energy, environment and sustainable development. Currently, she is the Head of the Government of Mexico City for the period 2018-2024.

Prof. Dr. Hans Bressers

He is professor of Policy Studies and Environmental Policy at the University of Twente in the Netherlands and founder of the CSTM, the Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability, one of the departments of the Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences. At the university level, he is the Chair of the Twente Water Centre. In over three hundred articles, chapters, and books and a similar number of reports, conference papers and presentations (both in Dutch and in English) he published on policy evaluation, instruments, networks, and implementation, mostly applied on environmental and sustainability oriented policies. As a PhD advisor, he has led 50 researchers to their graduation until 2018.

(to be confirmed)

 

Prof. Dr. Michiel A Heldeweg (Special Guests)

He is a full professor of Law, Governance & Technology at the University of Twente (UT), and Head of the Department of Governance & Technology for Sustainability/CSTM. He is a member of the Netherlands Institute of Governance. Heldeweg’s research is focused on the (methodology of) legal design of smart & resilient rules & regimes fostering technological and governance innovation, such as experimental regulation, institutional change and smart regulatory governance (e.g. meta-regulation, principle-based rules, and public/private certification). His research relates especially to legal governance of the energy transition, such as in community energy initiatives, and to responsible development and use of robotics, such as drones.

GENERAL PROGRAM
(Preliminary)



Monday 28 October

HOUR

ACTIVITY

8:00

Registration

9:00

Opening Ceremony

9:30

Keynote speech

10:30

Coffee break and networking

11:00

Simultaneous sessions of abstracts

12:30

LUNCH

14:00

Simultaneous sessions of abstracts

15:00

Round table 1

Round table 2

18:00

Opening social event

Tuesday 29 October 2019

HOUR

ACTIVITY

8:30

Keynote speech

9:30

Keynote speech

10:45

Simultaneous sessions of abstracts

12:45

LUNCH

14:00

Simultaneous sessions of abstracts

15:00

Coffee break and networking

15:45

Institutional Workshop 1 or Roundtable 3

Session Pecha Kucha

18:00

Cultural event

Wednesday 30 October 2019

HOUR

ACTIVITY

8:30

Workshop 3 or abstracts sessions;

12:30

Keynote speech

13:30

Walmart Award Ceremony

14:30

Closing Ceremony




Awards Ceremony

Sustainable Innovation Award

The prize for Sustainable Innovation will be awarded within the framework of the Congress. This award is granted by Walmart de México y Centroamérica and will be the seventh installment of it.
 
The purpose of the award is to promote and encourage ideas and projects of young people interested in contributing to the care of the environment. The first three places are awarded a seed capital and will enter a pre-acceleration program to turn their idea into a business.

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Winners from previous years

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AMICA Award for the best presentation of technical work

AMICA Award for the best Pecha Kucha presentation

Information will be updated soon