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Introduction

Keynote Presentation

Introductory Remarks

Theme 1: Measurement and Observations Focus

Measurement and Observations of urban and regional emissions trajectories using tools such as comprehensive place-based carbon budgets and inventories, sectoral carbon budgets and material flow analysis.

Keynote Presentation

Oral Presentations

Poster Presentations

Theme 2: Patterns, Variability and Modeling at Multiple Scales Focus

Patterns and variability (temporal and spatial) in urban and regional carbon footprints and their influence on future global carbon trajectories; modeling strategies at multiple scales and complexities including techniques and tools that stimulate the factors influencing and causing changes in carbon emissions over time; large scale insights from earth system modeling approaches and new ideas for incorporating urban emissions, transport and other human dimensions into the global models.

Keynote Presentation

Oral Presentations

Poster Presentations

Theme 3: Influence and Development Processes on Carbon Emissions Focus

The influence of development processes on present day net emissions (e.g., studies of spatial patterns and densities of development and their impacts on carbon emissions, changes in net emissions or carbon budgets over time, and their association with key development decisions) including examples of estimations of carbon consequences of decisions in various sectors (e.g., transportation infrastructures and systems, population dynamics, lifestyles, technological innovations, manufacturing, forestry, agriculture, bio-energy, heating, and avoided emissions.)

Keynote Presentation

  • Dr. Antonio Contreras, "Integrating carbon management into the development strategies of urbanizing regions in Asia: implications of urban function, form and role"

Oral Presentations

Poster Presentations

Theme 4: Mitigation Opportunities, Constraints and Challenges for Urban and Regional Carbon Management at Multiple Scales Focus

Evaluation of existing management strategies that explicitly or implicitly have an impact on GHG emissions, in terms of the factors explaining their success, constraints and challenges; evaluation and measurement of carbon consequences of decisions in various sectors across rural and urban environments as well as design of regional/urban emission reductions approaches which include and make use of win-win strategies, such as those that aim to reduce net GHG emissions, improve air quality, and human welfare.

Keynote Presentation

Oral Presentations

Poster Presentations

Wrap up

Side Events


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