The Environment forum will focus on ‘Building Resilient Cities: from Challenges to Opportunities’. Participants will assess different resilience strategies taken at city level across Europe and discuss possible barriers and solutions regarding their implementation. Furthermore, a political debate will cover possible environmental priorities after the European elections. Further deep-dive sessions will examine risk and vulnerability assessment and try to identify viable ways of making the whole community resilient.
UAP energy transition will present in the working group Air quality, climate change and energy efficiency on 3 April. London will introduce the WG to the actions in the action plan and hopes to receive informal feedback. Around 50 participants are expected to take part.