From 9 to 14 November.
Barcelona is holding “Days for Climate”, a series of activities aimed at citizens and institutions to highlight the commitments made and initiatives performed by the city to take on the effects of climate change.
Barcelona is currently playing host to the C40 Regional Meeting (13-14 November) under the framework of the Smart City World Congress (13-15 November) and, at the same time, is holding “Barcelona Resilience Days” (UN Habitat, 12-16 de November).
“Days for Climate” activities
9 November: science event on climate change.
Sala Auditori, Barcelona Activa (C/ Llacuna, 162), from 9 am to 2.30 pm.
The event will consist of a series of round tables led by several players who collaborated in reports on how climate change may affect Barcelona.
10 November: Barcelona and Climate Change. Discovery itinerary.
Starting at 9.50 am, at Glories Square, under the Pergola.
This is a mapping through the Sant Martí district that centres on . The itinerary, which is coordinated by COAMB, is part of the and aims to show the influence of the phenomenon of climate change on the city and the initiatives that are carried out to mitigate its effects.
Further information at COAMB
12 November: Barcelona Resilience WeekBarcelona City Council’s Department of Resilience is taking part in the Barcelona Resilience Week event, a programme on urban resilience and regeneration being held from 14 to 18 March and which is being organised in conjunction with the UN-Habitat’s City Resilience Profiling Programme and the BCN Urban Resilience Partnership.
13 and 14 November: C40 Regional Meeting and dialogue entitled “C40 Talks: Cities Getting the Job Done”. Fira de Barcelona.
As part of the Smart City Expo World Congress, Barcelona City Council has been working with the C40 city network and Fira de Barcelona to organise these discussions with mayors, professionals in the sector and specialists to explore how cities are working to take on the effects of climate change.
The Mayor, Ada Colau, will be taking part, among other activities, in the first discussion held together with the mayors of Milan and Athens.
14 November: Conference “Women: leading the fight against climate change”. The event takes place at the Auditori Calàbria 66, at 6 pm.
A unique opportunity to learn about some of the leading projects in the fight against climate change, and the role and challenges that women have in them.
- Madrid’s Plan A. Inés Sabanés. Councillor for the Environment, Madrid.
- Amsterdam against climate change. Eveline Jonkhoff. Amsterdam City Council
- The Barcelona Climate Plan. Janet Sanz. Deputy Mayor at Barcelona City Council.
- The IPCC, climate scientists. Marta Rivera-Ferre. University of Vic. Author of the sixth IPCC report on climate change.
- The C40 programme Women for the climate. Hervé Marro, C40.
- Further information