Achieving Dubai Plan 2021: The Place: “A Smart & Sustainable City”
Dubai Plan 2021 describes the future of Dubai through holistic and complementary perspectives, starting with the people and the society who have always been, and always will be, the bedrock of the city. One of the key themes under the plan is building a “smart and sustainable city”. The theme addresses the importance of sustainability in managing against Dubai’s future growth by ensuring the availability of clean energy sources and protecting natural resources such as soil, water, and air, and promoting sustainable consumption.
The key driver to the achievement of the aims and KPIs will be collaborative efforts by various stakeholders. To understand and discuss how waste management and resource efficiency can help achieve Dubai Plan 2021, join us for this interesting multi-stakeholder dialogue. This dialogue is being held as part of the Global OSCE days (Open Source Circular Economy Days).
OSCE Days is an open, distributed and globally connected event in which experts, enthusiasts and innovators from across the globe work together to exchange ideas and solutions, prototyping systems, products and designs for an Open Source Circular Economy. In 2016, Dubai took the lead and was the only city in the region to join 70 major global cities to host this open discussion.
This year too, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sustainability Network) and Dulsco, a leading provider of environment solutions and human resource solutions in the UAE join hands to take the lead in bringing together different stakeholders for this important discussion. Black Forest Solutions, a German waste management thought leader will be providing guidance from a global perspective.
Topic: Achieving Dubai Plan 2021: The Place: “A Smart & Sustainable City”-Multi-stakeholder
Date: May 23rd 2017, Tuesday
Time: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Venue: Delegation Room, 2nd Floor, Dubai Chamber Building, Diera, Dubai (https://goo.gl/maps/F6XBvbjqZMK2)
Event format: Dubai Plan 2021, in alignment with UAE Vision 2021 aims to divert 75% waste away from landfill. This requires joint and focused efforts from the Government, private sector and the community at large. With this as the main theme, the event will feature a series of best practice presentations and open discussions from multiple stakeholders relating to waste management, resource efficiency, recycling, upcycling and increasing public participation in the recycling journey. Real life case studies will be discussed and the attendees will deliberate and come up with suggestions and best practices reduce per capita waste generation and to increase the waste diversion percentages.
9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Networking and Registrations
10:00 AM – 10:15 AM OSCE days and Waste management- Sebastian Frisch, BlackForest (Germany)
10:15 AM – 10:30 AM Employees Engagement in Recycling : A case study on the impact of the Give and Gain day office recycling campaign- S. Madhumohan and Aruna Narayanan, Dulsco
10:30 AM – 10:45 AM Engaging Children for a greener future: Recycling initiatives in Educational Institutions- Moaz Sawaf, Eco Schools
10:45 AM – 11:00 AM Grease , Oil and Food Waste Recycling in Dubai- Elham Pourtangestani, Blue
11:00 AM – 11:15 AM Sustainability – a key theme in mega events- Darren Tse, Expo 2020
11:15 AM – 11: 30 AM Increasing recycling through “Value Your Waste” Initiative, Trish Boyle and Sandrine Le Biavant, Farnek
11:30 AM – 11:45 AM A living example of Sustainability- Sharon Jackson, European Sustainability Academy
11:45 AM – 12:15 PM Open discussion and Q&A
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