CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT, AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE
FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN. HOW TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRANSPORT?
Where?:  Rosario, Argentina             When?:   May 9-14, 2011

AUDIENCE

Decision makers, local and national policy officials, transport industry specialists, think tanks, consulting firms, nonprofit organizations, academia, international development agencies, financial organizations. Transport, land use planning, environment, health, finance and other related fields of expertise are encouraged to participate.

By attending to this conference, participants will gain access to:

  1. The latest developments on sustainable transport strategies and programs in Latin America and the Caribbean, directly from policy and decision makers and key speakers. Networking opportunities with senior decision makers representatives from the transport, environment. Land use and finance communities.
  2. Access to a broad network of industry leaders, practitioners, key stakeholders and decision-makers and media from major Latin American cities. Connect with high level representatives, ranging from business leaders, to policy makers and operators, to civil society representatives. The previous conference held in Sao Paulo gathered more than 600 leading experts and practitioners from several countries in the region.
  3. Cutting edge insight from the industry's most influential speakers, allowing to do business with prospective project and infrastructure developers, through a premier exhibition on the state-of-the-art on transport technologies, equipment and services, as well as other products and services that improve the livability of cities.
  4. Free access available for outreach and site visits, as well as social events to informally discuss and connect with other practitioners.
  5. Advanced training and professional development, through a series of courses, workshops and forums, with collaborative dynamics, as well as on-line and remote sessions. Further, stay connected with the transport community by accessing the Clean Air Institute’s knowledge base, including conference presentations, reports, and a series of tools and methodologies to improve transportation systems.