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Event Organiser: ICE

G&S: One-Day Seminar 2021 – Shaping a sustainable eco-city, Hong Kong

  • Lecture
  • Yau Ma Tei
  • 24 April 2021
  • 09:00 - 16:30
G&S: One-Day Seminar 2021 – Shaping a sustainable eco-city, Hong Kong

About this event

The concept of eco-city has been gaining momentum and widely implemented in different aspects of civil engineering in urban cities. Different sectors, from clients, consultants, to universities participate in achieving sustainability whilst promoting infrastructure development to support economic growth.

The initiatives of pursuing a ‘smart, green, resilient’ global city have been brought to actions in form of waste management, urban greenery planning, and flood resilience development.

The theme of ICE HKA G&S One-Day Seminar 2021 will be ‘Shaping a sustainable eco-city: liveability, harmonisation, regeneration’.

Speakers from various organisations participating in different aspects of environmental applications in civil engineering projects will share insights and experience including innovation in urban waste management, green neighbourhood in high-density high-rise cities, phase one of integrated waste management facilities phase and nullah revitalisation in Hong Kong.

  • Capacity: 100
  • Food and beverage will be served during lunch time
  • Please complete the online application form. A payment link will be sent to you by 26 March 2021. Payment can be made by PayPal. Once confirmed, payment is non-refundable
  • Registration will be confirmed on the first-come-first-served basis upon receipt of payment, and priority will be given to ICE graduate and student members
  • Applications will be considered as completed only upon online registration and payment received
  • Subject to the Group Gathering Requirements, the Organiser may amend the arrangement of the event without advance notice. Amendment notice will be announced as soon as possible. In the event of any disputes, the Organiser reserves the right of the final decision

Speakers

Prof Charles Ng

Dean of HKUST Fok Ying Tung Graduate School, HKUST
Topic: Wastes cover wastes

Prof CF Lam

Executive Committee Member, Hong Kong Green Strategy Alliance
Topic: Invisible solution for eco-friendly development

Mr Tony Ip

Director, Tony Ip Green Architects Ltd.
Topic: Green neighbourhood in high-density high-rise cities

Mr Christopher Chan

Senior Environmental Protection Officer, Environmental Protection Department
Topic: Integrated waste management facilities (IWMF) phase 1 – Tackling imminent waste challenge

Mr Richard Leung

Senior Engineer, Drainage Services Department
Topic: Rivers in the city

Event venue

The Cityview
23 Waterloo Road
Yau Ma Tei
Hong Kong

For more information please contact:

Crystal Fung

e: [email protected]

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