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Internationales Vorzeigeprojekt: Bogotá

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Liechtenstein-Hayek-Saal
Plenary / Panel
German and English language

Vortragende

International Consultant on Urban Vision and Strategy; former Mayor of Bogotá Abstract Key Note
Developing world cities population will grow by more than 2 billion over the next 40 years. It is a challenge and a formidable opportunity to create different and better cities than exist today. The source of most of the world cities ills is inequality. What kind of equality can we strive for in today s world structured around private property and market economy?
Private ownership of land and the problems it generates for equity and quality urban design. Car use has implications for equity, quality of life, environment and mobility.
What could be done in terms of land and social housing; schools and libraries; parks; and so on.
Why public pedestrian space is the essence of the city and how its availability and quality determine much in terms of equity and quality of life.
Why quality sidewalks are the most important infrastructure element of a democratic advanced city.
Why more road infrastructure will not solve traffic.
Chief Executive Officer, d. swarovski tourism services gmbh, Wattens Chair

Enrique PENALOSA

International Consultant on Urban Vision and Strategy; former Mayor of Bogotá

1983-1984 Head, Cundinamarca  Departamento (Colombia s central region) Planning office
1984-1985 Administrative and Commercial Vice-president, Bogotá Water Company
1985-1986 Dean of Business Administration, Externado University
1986-1990 Economic Secretary to President of Colombia, Virgilio Barco
1990 Elected to the Colombian House of Representatives
1992-1995 Managing Director, Colombian Institute of Housing and Savings
1995-1997 Managing Director, new Colombia office of Arthur D. Little Consulting
1997 Elected mayor, Bogota
2001-2004 Visiting Scholar, New York University
since 2001 Lecturer, sustainable urban planning and development, United States and internationally

Dr. Andreas BRAUN

Chief Executive Officer, d. swarovski tourism services gmbh, Wattens

1969-1982 Verwaltungs- und Verfassungsjurist im öffentlichen Dienst
ab 1982 Leiter der Tirol Werbung, Wegbereiter für eine breite Thematisierung des Phänomens Tourismus
  Positionierung und Leitung der Swarovski Kristallwelt als eine Verschmelzung von Industrie, Tourismus und Kultur
ab 1995 Kommunikationsmanager bei der Swarovski Gruppe
2001-2010 Vertretung des Landes Tirol im Stiftungsrat des ORF
seit 2001 Geschäftsführer der d. swarovski tourism services gmbh, einer 100 %igen Tochtergesellschaft von Swarovski

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