Urban thinkers campus : Megacities’ post-covid planning
The Fnau with the global network for urban planning agencies (MTPA), the Institut Paris Region , Metropolis and ISOCARP, organized an Urban Thinkers Campus, on “Megacities’ post-covid planning”, the 3rd of July 2020.
This Urban Thinkers Campus took part in the second series of campuses on the covid-19 crisis.
It gathered a panel of actors, international urban networks and representatives of megapolises, in order to exchange on actions of megacities facing the covid-19 and make recommandations to plan resilient megacities. The discussions have been articulated around two roundtables. The first one gathered the international networks to give a global view of the stakes, the second one gathering representatives of megacities to have a focus at the scale of megacities on post-covid policies and planning stakes. Find the agenda bellow:
Moderated by Marianne Malez, Fnau-MTPA
3:00pm Introduction: Urban Thinkers Campuses – objectives of the new edition
Christine Auclair, World Urban Campaign
3:05pm The objectives and the scopes of the UTC on megacities’ post-covid planning
Eric Huybrechts, Institut Paris Region – MTPA
3:10pm Roundtable 1: Global networks to support megacities post-covid planning.
Octavi de la Varga, Metropolis
Frank Dhondt, ISOCARP
Brigitte Bariol-Mathais, Fnau – MTPA
3:25pm Roundtable 2: Megacities, from the frontline of the crisis toward a post-covid planning.
Three questions will be asked to the speakers:
- How COVID crisis shows vulnerabilities on megacities?
- How COVID crisis changes orientations for large city developments (behaviour changes, new focus on policies)?
- How COVID crisis changes the way to plan megacities?
Gabriel Lafranchi, City of Buenos Aires
Sebastien Chambe, Institut Paris Region
Moses Gates, Regional Plan Association, New York
Mduduzi Mbada, Gauteng Provincial Government, Johannesburg
To discover more about Urban Thinkers Campus : here