Green and Connected Cities - ICT 2008 Networking session

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Published on November 27, 2008

Author: ACIDD

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ACIDD and Grenoble Management School presented the Club Green and Connected Cities at ICT2008 in Lyon during a networking session. The Club Green and Connected Cities is a cluster of cities, industrials, universities, non-profit orgnizations, local authorities, companies working together closely to imagine, test and build innovative and operational initiatives to support interconnected and sustainable cities for the 21st century through the appropriate use of new collaborative and unified technologies.

ICT 21 Sharing initiatives among business leaders and local authorities for a green and connected city Gilles Berhault, ACIDD Richard Collin, GEM

AGENDA Toward the green and connected cities Charles Secrett, Cambridge University Free and sustainable urban mobility in the connected city Daniel Kaplan, FING Green and connected cities and ICT : towards operational actions Anne Paillet(ACIDD), Gilles Berhault, Richard Collin Gilles Pennequin, UPM (paper) Pascal Dubois, Valenciennes (paper) Strategic and operational point of view from industrial players Claude Breining, Schneider Electric Denis Guibard, Orange

Toward the green and connected cities

Charles Secrett, Cambridge University

Free and sustainable urban mobility in the connected city

Daniel Kaplan, FING

Green and connected cities and ICT : towards operational actions

Anne Paillet(ACIDD), Gilles Berhault, Richard Collin

Gilles Pennequin, UPM (paper)

Pascal Dubois, Valenciennes (paper)

Strategic and operational point of view from industrial players

Claude Breining, Schneider Electric

Denis Guibard, Orange

ICT 21 Sharing initiatives among business leaders and local authorities for a green and connected city WWW.ACIDD.COM

Club Green and Connected Cities 21 selected green and connected cities and urban areas from Europe and Mediterranean area together with a group of non competing multinational and innovative companies supported by a unique network of experts, international researchers, associations and NGOs. decided to join their skills, their resources and efforts to address the key issues of connected and sustainable cities and to work together to implement operational solutions .

Why a Club Green and connected cities? The communities and urban areas Europe and around the Mediterranean area, must propose a new agenda to answer the challenge of commuting and mobility. A pragmatic and innovative answer to a demand The Club intents to conduct research and applied programs to imagine, to test and to build innnovative and operational initiatives to support interconnected and sustainable cities for the 21st century through the appropriate use of new collaborative and unified technologies.

Toward a new and innovative model for the eco teleactivities centre To create venues and innovative interconnected activities for workers, local residents and nomadic To imagine and to develop new services and innovative local economic activities globally low carbon To develop social and proximity links To promote telepresence To promote sustainable development initiatives and in particular focusing on the issues of transport tilting To educate and training for sustainable development and the new economy with the particular ambition to avoid new social, economic and digital divide The governance of the club is established in order to maximize the mutualisation of results and ressources among the members.

Toward a new and innovative model for the eco teleactivities centre

To create venues and innovative interconnected activities for workers, local residents and nomadic

To imagine and to develop new services and innovative local economic activities globally low carbon

To develop social and proximity links

To promote telepresence

To promote sustainable development initiatives and in particular focusing

on the issues of transport tilting

To educate and training for sustainable development and the new economy with the particular ambition to avoid new social, economic and digital divide

The governance of the club is established in order to maximize the mutualisation of results and ressources among the members.

Working Group for the new Eco Centre Groupes Vision and roadmap Benchmarking and road for innovation ICT focus (interoperability, tools, ….) Social impact and usability of ICT in this context New form of work, co-working and design of model Evaluation and mesaurement criteria The network of eco centre Finance and business model .

Vision and roadmap

Benchmarking and road for innovation

ICT focus (interoperability, tools, ….)

Social impact and usability of ICT in this context

New form of work, co-working and design of model

Evaluation and mesaurement criteria

The network of eco centre

Finance and business model

.

The last declaration of the November 3rd summit for the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership is precisely outlining that “ Sustainable Metropolitan and Urban Development are at the heart of the major issues of the Mediterranean. Sustainable Urban Development implies that governments, developers and financiers to better anticipate future urban growth, need to better meet the basic needs of populations and integrate environmental constraints. This challenge implies the involvement of regional authorities to define appropriate planning through an integrated approach ”. In this context local actors and their partners could rely on ICT for development projects of sustainable urban development. It is also in this context that the idea of creating a network of cities connected and sustained in the Euro-Mediterranean partnership is emerging. This is why since the beginning the Mission for Mediterranean Union is engaged to actively support the Club Green and connected initiative to work on solution for the sustainable cities around the Mediterranean Gilles PENNEQUIN Responsable Développement territorial, Responsable-adjoint Développement durable Mission Union pour la Méditerranée Présidence de la République

Valenciennes , a large city in the North of France, at the heart of a large urban area of more than 2.5 million people, was considered as all disaster: an unemployment rate over 30%, large brownfields, polluted soil. We decided to take our responsibility in grouping all economic actors and local authorities, with help from Europe. We have decided to use ICT as a lever to develop new activities and to establish effective governance with a focus in all the domains of sustainable development. The success is there but we need to go further, in sharing initiatives and to be operational to be really in the 21st century. It’s also why we hosted the first international forum ICT 21, and we created the national College of Advanced Studies for sustainable development (Collége des Hautes Etudes pour le Developpement Durable). We are strongly involved in CIP network, ICT for Energy Efficiency, and we welcome in spring 2009 the international research and academic forum on ICT and sustainable development. That is why we are pleased to be the first city to enter the Club Green and Connected Cities. Pascal Dubois Director of the Cabinet of the Mayor of Valenciennes

ICT 21 Sharing initiatives among business leaders and local authorities for a green and connected city Panel discussion Strategic and operational point of view from industrial players Claude Breining, Schneider Electric Denis Guibard, Orange

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