7 - 8 Oct 2019. This conference is managed by Luise Noring and her team and hosted by Copenhagen City and Port Development Corporation and ICLEI. At the conference, several Nordic city solutions will be presented, including infrastructure financing, affordable and social housing financing. Subsequently, deep-dive workshops will be held focusing on how to adapt the solutions to other cities.
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19th of June 2019
Invited by The Urban Land Institute, Noring presents the Danish model for affordable and social housing. The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Downtown Denver Partnership is bringing a large delegation of city planners, architects, politicians and other city stakeholders to Copenhagen June 11 - June 15. Noring speaks en-plenum and host a series of deep-dive workshops on urban regeneration, including infrastructure financing, affordable and social housing and local economic development.
The Urban Challenge Conference takes place April 25 in Copenhagen. It will be a day to showcase results from the Urban Challenges partnerships together with influential renowned practitioners as speakers. Luise Noring and Prof. Joerg Knieling co-present the Hamburg-Copenhagen Urban Challenge, which centers on large-scale urban regeneration of deindustrialised areas.
Noring provides the opening speech about new governance models and financing mechanisms for Smart Cities. The fundamental purpose of Smart City Challenge is to find solutions to specific issues and a contribution to reaching the UN Global Sustainable Development Goals in cities and communities.
Invited by the EU-funded EKLIPSE project, Noring keynoted the business roll-out plan on invitation by EKLIPSE. After numerous years of receiving EU funding, EKLIPSE is investigating new self-sufficient sources of revenue. Several EU Commission representatives participated in the conference.
Invited by the City of Vienna, Vice Mayor for Urban Planning, Maria Vassilakou, and the city-owned UIV Urban Innovation Vienna GmbH, Noring keynoted self-financing models for property-led urban development and infrastructure investments, including the Copenhagen and Hamburg models.
Invited by Drexel University, Noring participated in several-day hands-on working session among a high-level group of reflective U.S. and European practitioners and keynoted with her expertise in designing and implementing path-breaking governance and financing solutions.
At this conference, Local Renewables, Luise Noring presented financing of urban transformations enabled by the circular economy. The conference was hosted by ICLEI Europe and the City of Freiburg and Basel.
Luise Noring contributed with a session on the seminar Urban and Regional Development. Noring presented new governance models and financing mechanisms which she has been researched and having published by ICLEI.
Luise Noring presented at this conference EcoProcura: Sustainable finance and procurement. Ecoprocura Conference is where public procurement policy meets practice, and where representatives of the European Commission, Mayors of leading cities, business leaders and some of the brightest procurement minds come together.
At this conference, RICS Planning and Development, Luise Noring keynoted and new self-governing and self-financing models for urban transformative development. The conference was hosted by RICS.
At the conference, URBAN FUTURES, Noring keynoted the financially self-sustainable model of Public Asset Corporation for conducting large-scale urban regeneration and infrastructure investments.
At Bloomberg Philanthropies in New York, Noring was one of four panel experts discussing the impact of Nordic governance solutions and how these translate to U.S. Cities. The other panellists were Helsinki Mayor Jan Vapaavuori, Helsinki Deputy Mayors Anni Sinnemäk and Jennifer Bradley, Director of Centre of Urban Innovation, the Aspen Institute.
At La Fabrique de la Cite (part of the Vinci Group), Paris, Noring contributed to a series of workshops on From Asylum-Seeking to City-Making: Asylum-Seekers and Refugees in European Cities with the latest research findings based on the work Cities and refugees: The German experience.
This keynote presentation explored the different ways in which first mover cities finance and govern urban regeneration towards more sustainable cities, including invent and deploy new institutional innovations and finance mechanisms. The conference was hosted by COST FP2004 GreenInUrbs.
Panel discussion on Migration, Displacement and Violent Extremism: Confronting Emerging Realities. Noring was invited as a panel member by the World Bank and KNOMAD to share recent findings in the Brookings Paper on refugee settlement and labour market integration at SIPRI in Stockholm, Sweden.
Noring keynoted on Innovative Governance and Finance for Green Infrastructure at this European conference in Bonn held by the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN) and the European Network of Heads of Nature Conservation Agencies (ENCA) in co-operation with the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) / German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research(iDiv).
At the Urban Agenda, Utrecht, Netherlands, Noring presented Governance and Finance for Sustainable Cities. This conference aimed for strengthening synergies between the EU Urban Agenda, the EU research agenda on Nature-Based Solutions and the potential of Urban Green Infrastructure initiatives in Europe.
In Cardiff, England, Noring shared her research findings based on the EU Expert report. Noring’s presentation centred on Cities and Nature-based Solutions for the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE).
As a plenum guest lecturer, Luise Noring gave a presentation for the HafenCity University faculty and students regarding Governance and Finance of Sustainable Urbanisation. At the end of her presentation, prof. Christian Kern of TU Wien provided critical comments and debate.
At University College London, London, England, Noring presented Urban Governance Models for Health and Welfare. The conference was the 1st International Conference on Transport and Health convening policy-makers, practitioners, and academics from multiple disciplines.
Noring keynoted at this conference Solutions for Urban Development. The conference was hosted by the European Commission - DG Climate and The Climate Technology Centre and Network.