October 6, 2020

Building Back Greener

October 6, 10 am ET

To become greener and more resilient to pandemics and climate change, cities face a set of seemingly impossible contradictions: They must be better connected in a new era of social distancing, denser but less crowded, more local yet global in scale and ambition. What are the smart infrastructure solutions to these challenges that have planetary implications? How will new forms of mobility shape the post-Covid world?


Bjarke Ingels

Bjarke Ingels

Founding Partner Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)
Jaiwon Shin

Jaiwon Shin

Executive Vice President and Head of Urban Air Mobility Sub-Division Hyundai Motor Group
Jay Walder

Jay Walder

CEO Virgin Hyperloop
Andrew Browne

Andrew Browne

Editorial Director, Bloomberg New Economy Forum

Founding Partners

Knowledge Partner

McKinsey & Company

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