Time: December 5, 2011 from 9:30am to 7pm
Location: City Hally, Council Chambers, Durban, South Africa
Street: The City Hall, 263 Dr Pixley KaSeme Str (West Str), 1st Floor Council Chambers, Durban
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Event Type: culture|futures
Organized By: Culture|Futures, partners and associated organisations
Latest Activity: Nov 30, 2011
Dec 5th, City Council Chambers, Durban
To be held during 17th Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (Cop 17) Durban, South Africa
Culture|Futures is organising the conference “Eco-Leadership through Culture” on December 5th from 9.30 to 19.00 during the UN Climate Summit COP17 in South Africa. The conference is co-organized with the Municipality of Ethekwini (Durban), the Ecological Sequestration Trust and the Danish Cultural Institute in co-operation with many other partners in Durban and worldwide.
Key notes include Peter Head, one of the world leaders in integrated urban sustainable development and chair of the new Ecological Sequestration Trust, and Prof. Edgar Pieterse, director of the Africa Centre for Cities. They will present global and African perspectives to address major global and African challenges for urban/regional development and discuss the significant role of culture.
The purpose of the conference is to:
Full details of the Culture|Futures 2011 Durban conference, keynote speakers and presentations, can be downloaded here Culture|Future Eco-Leadership through Culture Programme (pdf)
We highly appreciate your registration at your earliest convenience, since there will be limited places.
Registrations can be made by adding your RSVP (ATTENDANCE) ON THIS PAGE , or alternatively sending an e-mail to email@example.com
Registration is not mandatory, but will be required to be sure to be able to enter in case of large interest.
Attendance to the conference is free of change, but any travel and accommodation costs must be organized and covered by attendees.
On behalf of all partners, co-organizers and supporting organizations, we would like to welcome you to Durban.
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