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CLIMATE AND BUSINESS: ON THE WAY TOWARD MUTUALLY ADVANTAGEOUS COOPERATION

10:00-11:30

PLENARY SESSION 1: Ascent trajectory of the climate projects: formats for mutually advantageous partnership between authorities, business and civil society

DISCUSSION TOPICS: 

What signals is the business waiting for from the Government? Business support measures to foster environmental innovations implementation. Specificities of implementing projects with the multiple stakeholders’ participation. What should be the efforts of the government, business and society? Ways to engage business in the environmental government’s initiatives. Are climate PPPs possible?

MODERATOR: 

Oleg Pluzhnikov, Member of General Council of All Russia Public Organization "Delovaya Rossiya" (Business Russia).

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Yuri Fedorov, Deputy Head of the Ecology and Nature Resource Use division, Department for State Tariff Regulation, Infrastructure Reforms and Energy Efficiency, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
  2. Jonathan Brenton, Minister-counselor for Trade, Science And Climate at the British Embassy in Russia
  3. Vsevolod Gavrilov, Director of the Directorate on Project Management in the Area of Energy Saving and Nature Resource Use, Sberbank of Russia
  4. Rinat Gizatulin, Deputy General Director  URALCHEM
  5. Konstantin Romanov, Executive Secretary, Coordinating Committee for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency, Gazprom
  6. Alexander Chekrygin, Board of Directors, VTB Factoring
  7. Sergey Dayman, Senior Manager of the Division of Services in the Field of Clean Technologies and Sustainable Development, EY
  8. Vladimir Tuzov, Business: Development Director, SUEK
  9. Alexey Kokorin, Head of Climate and Energy Program, WWF
  10. Vladimir Nistyuk, Executive Director of the Association “Renewable energy”, MAIT Doctor of Philosophy, a member of the Public Environmental Coordination Council of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus
  11. Åke Mikaelsson, Program Coordinator in Russia, International Cooperation Department of the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (Sweden)

11:30-12:00

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12:00-13:30

PLENARY SESSION 2: Environmental regulation at the territorial administration level

DISCUSSION TOPICS: 

The territorial climate policy can be beneficial both for the administration, business community as well as civil society. There are constituents in the Russian Federation that already have embarked on the course of climate cooperation. What goals, prospects, plans and opportunities are relevant for today?

MODERATOR: 

Igor Bashmakov, General Director of the Center for Energy Efficiency - XXI Century (CENEf-XXI), Nobel Prize Laureate

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Larisa Korepanova, Deputy Director of the State Policy and Regulation in the area of Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation
  2. Dmitry Skobelev, Director of the Research Institute ‘Environmental Industrial Policy Centre’, Head of Technical Committee TC 113 ‘Best Available Techniques’
  3. Eugene Gasho, Expert of the Analytical Centre at the Government of the Russian Federation, PhD in Engineering Science
  4. Ivan Serebritsky, Deputy Chair of Committee on Nature Resource Use, Environment Protection and Environmental Safety, Government of St.-Petersburg
  5. Rustem Komalov, First Deputy Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology, the Republic of Tatarstan
  6. Natalia Sologub, Deputy Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources, Crimea
  7. Alexey Fursin, Head of the Department of science, Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship, Moscow Government
  8. Alexander Chulok, Deputy Director Foresight Centre High School of Economics
  9. Grigory Vasiliev, Chair of the Effective Building Construction Department, United Scientific and Engineering Council on Moscow town-planning policies and construction

13:30-14:30

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14:30-16:00

PLENARY SESSION 3: Climate risks and opportunities for business

DISCUSSION TOPICS: 

Corporate climate initiatives – steps to diversify core business considering the climate change. Intensification of environmental priorities in the business activity. New horizons for investments.

MODERATOR: 

Michael Yulkin, Director General, Environmental Investment Center (EIC).

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Pirjo Jantunen, Chair of World Energy Council's Future Energy Leaders (Finland)
  2. Yuri Maximenko, Deputy Chairman, Environmental and Nature Management Committee of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)
  3. Vladimir Grachev, President, Non-Governmental Fund n.a. V.I. Vernadsky
  4. Ewa Urbaniak, Branch Director, ZAO Loreal in Kaluga region
  5. Sergey Chestnoy, advisor to CEO, UC RUSAL
  6. Irina Zhukova, Director for Sustainable development and corporate programs at Philip Morris International affiliated companies
  7. Natalia Pystina, Director of the Center for Environmental Safety, Energy Efficiency and Labor Protection, Gazprom VNIIGAZ (subsidiary of Gazprom)
  8. Alexey Gusarov, Director General, GazEcos

16:00-16:30

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16:30-18:00

PLENARY SESSION 4: Climate innovations – blockchain technology for smart cities economy, environment and energy

DISCUSSION TOPICS: 

The world is facing digital revolution that rapidly changes the speed and tools to tackle global challenges. Decentralization and market mechanisms are essential. How can we create new models of the efficient and fair distribution of planet’s natural capital with the help of the blockchain?

MODERATOR: 

Alexey Shadrin, Founder and Executive Director of the Russian Carbon Fund, co-founder of blockchain ecosystem ipci.io.

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Gajanana Hedge, Team leader at Sustainable Development Mechanisms program, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
  2. Nick Beglinger, CEO of Cleantech 21
  3. Cao Yin, Chief Strategy Officer of Energy-Blockchain Labs
  4. Alexey Shadrin, CEO of the Russian Carbon Fund, co-founder of blockchain ecosystem io
  5. Sergey Lonshakov, Head of Airalab, co-founder of blockchain ecosystem io
  6. Xiaochen Zhang, CEO of the FinTech4Good
  7. Deanna MacDonald, Co-Founder and CEO of the Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration (BLOC)

 

Scientists discuss climatic changes, role of authorities and society in resolving the climate change problems, opportunities given by modern technologies in spatial planning and provision of urban amenities, economic mechanisms to support climatic projects

ASSEMBLY HALLS

ASSEMBLY HALL 1 SCIENCE AND CLIMATE Scientists on climatology: scientific research and discoveries changing the modern perception of the climate change agenda

 

10:00-11:45

SESSION 1: How actually does the climate change? Dialogue between the scientists on the reasons behind the climate change

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Global climate models; Factors influencing climate change and their study, prospective areas of research in the field of climate and weather.



MODERATOR: 

Vladimir Semenov, Corresponding Member of the RAS, Senior Researcher, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, A.M. Obukhov RAS, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Vasily Lykosov, Corresponding Member of the RAS, Head of the Laboratory of Supercomputer Modeling of Natural and Climate Processes, SRC MSU, Dr Sci.
  2. Mojib Latif, Head of the Department for Oceanic Circulation and Climate Dynamics at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
  3. Sergey Gulev, Head of the Laboratory for the Interaction of the Ocean and the Atmosphere and Monitoring of Climate Change, Institute of Oceanology of RAS
  4. Nina Zaytseva, a member of the Russian Geographical Society "On the Role of Radiation Processes in the Dynamics of the Atmosphere", Doctor of Geography
  5. Andrey Filipchuk, Deputy Director for Research FBU "All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Forestry and Mechanization of Forestry", Doctor of agricultural sciences, Honored Forestry of the Russian Federation
  6. Vladimir Syvorotkin, Senior Researcher, Geological Faculty, LomonosovMoscow State University, Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences
  7. Ruslan Zhuravlev, Department of High-Atmosphere Physics, Central Aerological Observatory, PhD
 

 

11:30-12:00

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12:00-13:30

SESSION 2: Climate change challenges and constructive response

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

The nature and scale of the climate change challenges for the enterprises in real economy and fuel and energy sector, including urban infrastructure. Possible organizational and technological solutions and business initiatives, potentially offering a constructive response to emerging climate challenges. Proposals and recommendations for the Russian business community and cities of Russia regarding content and priorities of the climate policy.



MODERATORS: 

 

Igor Ananskykh,  Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, First Deputy Chairman of the  Energy Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, and Sergey Roginko, Head of the  Environment and Development, Institute of Europe o RAS, PhD in Economics

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Alexey Bednov, Deputy Genaral Director,The Russian Energy Agency, Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation
  2. Alexandra Panina, Deputy General Director, OJSC Inter RAO-Generation, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Council of Energy Producers Association
  3. Gennady Shmal, President of Oil and Gas Industrialists Union of Russia, Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Energy Strategy and Fuel and Energy Complex Development of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, Member of the Academy of Mining Sciences, PhD in Economics
  4. Stephan Zvegintsov, Chairman of the Board, PJSC ENEL Russia
  5. Vladimir Tuzov, Director for Strategy, OJSC SUEK
  6. Vladimir Gerasimov, Head of regional communications department PJSC LUKOIL
  7. Elmurod Rasulmukhamedov, Acting President of the All-Russian Society for the Protection of Nature
  8. Representative of PJSC Gazprom Neft (speaker’s name TBC)
  9. Konstantin Kushnir, Deputy Technical Director for Environmental Protection, JSC Siberian Generating Company
  10. Maxim Epiphantsev, Director, Environmental Activities Coordination, EVRAZ Holding LLC
  11. Alexander Petrov, Executive director, Gas market sector, St. Petersburg International Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange
  12. Representative of PAO TMK (speaker’s name TBC)
  13. Victor Efimov, Director for Innovation and Science, Siberian Business Union
  14. Vladimir Lukin, Manager, Corporate Governance and Sustainable Development, KPMG, Russia and CIS


 

13:30-14:30

BREAK

14:30-16:00

SESSION 3: 100% renewable energy vision in cities and businesses, featuring C40, Mission 2020, Climate Action Network and the city of Moscow

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

The role of cities and businesses in leading the rapid transition from fossil fuels to 100% renewable energy.



MODERATOR: 

 

Wael Hmaidan, International Director, Climate Action Network

 

SPEAKERS: 

 

  1. Andrew Higham, Chief Executive, Mission 2020
  2. Anton Kulbachevsky, Head of the Department, Moscow Department for Natural Resources Management and Environmental Protection
  3. Jana Davidova, Regions Project Officer, C40 CITIES - CLIMATE LEADERSHIP GROUP
  4. Darina Gershinkova, Climate Adviser of Directorate for International projects of UC RUSAL



 

16:00-16:30

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16:30-18:00

SESSION 4: Sustainable living as a lifestyle in the Metropolis. The impact of the environmental education and awareness-raising

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Environmental education and awareness-raising campaigns in facing the challenge of the climate change. What everybody needs to know about the climate change? Best practices and new approaches towards awareness-raising and eco-education. How to encourage people to live a greener life?



MODERATORS: 

Vladimir Zakharov, Head of the Center for Sustainable Development and Environmental health of the Institute of Developmental Biology. N.K. Koltsov RAS, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Scientific Leader of the Interregional Association for Education and Enlightenment on Ecology and Sustainable Development, Dr Sci. in Biology, Prof.; and Natalia Ryazanova, Head of the Laboratory of Geoecology and Sustainable Environmental Management, Chair of the International Complex Problems of Environmental Management and Ecology, MGIMO, PhD, Assistant Prof.

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Alexey Kokorin, Head of Climate and Energy Program, WWF
  2. Natalia Ryazanova, Head of the Laboratory of Geoecology and Sustainable Nature Management, Chair of International Complex Problems of Nature Management and Ecology, MGIMO, Ph.D., Assistant Prof.
  3. Roman Sablin, Founder of the Project "Green Driver", Coach of Environmentally Friendly Way of Life
  4. Andrey Shapovalov, Coach, Adidas Academy
  5. Alexander Minin, Head of green fund development and landscape design department, General Plan of Moscow

ASSEMBLY HALLS

ASSEMBLY HALL 2 SMART CITY OF THE FUTURE Design of a territorial development strategy

 

10:00-11:30

SESSION 1: Modern landfills – contribution to the reducing of greenhouse gas emissions

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Waste management techniques, evaluation of impact on the climate change. How to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at waste landfills; arrangement of modern landfills. Industrial waste recycling into secondary raw materials as a fundamental solution for the reduction of anthropogenic impact on the environment.



MODERATOR: 

Vladimir Maryev, Head of the Research guidance center “Waste and Secondary Resources Management”, Federal State Independent Institution, Scientific Research Institute “Center for Environmental Industrial Policy”, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, Albina Dudareva, Chairman of the Committee on Ecology and Environment Protection, Public Chamber of the Russian Federation

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Cornelia Timm, Wehrle (Germany) / Aleksey Shchukin, Wehrle Umwelt GmbH (Russia)
  2. Ekaterina Ozerova, Deputy Director General of Gydrokor Ltd. Construction company, Member of working group of the Ministry of Construction of the Russian Federation on Municipal Solid Waste Management
  3. Alexander Ryabenko, Deputy Director General of JSC Shaneko
  4. Sergey Lisovsky, First Deputy Chairman of the Council of the Federation, Committee for Agrarian and Food Policy and Environmental Management
  5. Dmitry Makarov, Director General of Promecotech
  6. Konstantin Ladygin, Director General of JSC “Safe technologies”
  7. Anton Galenovich, Deputy General Director of ECOCOM Ltd.
  8. Vladimir Maryev, Head of the Research guidance center “Waste and Secondary Resources Management” of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia
  9. Irina Rubleva, Director General of PSC CENTRRESURS
  10. Vera Mustafina, Executive Director of Kazakhstan Association for Waste Management “KazWaste”
  11. Viktor Haefeli, Senior Environment consultant of the Swiss Ministry of Environment, Owner of Smart Resources Switzerland, Founder of www.eweees.ru, Moscow 

11:30-12:00

BREAK

12:00-13:30

SESSION 2: Resilient cities: Moscow experience and development prospects

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Sustainable and resilient cities are on the world agenda for almost 10 years. What should be the direction to retain and increase Moscow flexibility and stability?



MODERATOR: 

 

Alexey Parabuchev, General director, Moscow Agency of Innovations 

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Tatiana Khabarova, UN-Habitat Programme Manager in Russian Federation, Chair of the Committee on Cooperation between UN-Habitat and CIS Inter-Governmental Council for Cooperation in Construction Activities, Member of International Assembly of Capital and Major Cities  of the CIS (IAC)
  2. Guy Eames, Chairman of the Board, Council on Green Construction in Russia
  3. Kirill Zhanaidarov, Project Manager of the external transport infrastructure, housing and communal services, transport and improvement Department, Skolkovo Foundation
  4. Ilya Mochalov, General Director, Ilya Mochalov and partners
  5. Alexander Kapkov, Business Development Director, Meteo Telecom, deputy head of special projects department, Map Maker
  6. Galina Goncharova, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, MSTU. NE Bauman, Academician of MAK

 

Innovation projects will be presented by: 

 

  1. Eugeny Elagin, Commercial director, BioMicroGels
  2. Anatoly Fedorov, General director, Teplorium
  3. Ivan Shorstky, head of design burea, Pnevmotech
  4. Alexander Nikolashin, chief engineer, KosMosTechProject
  5. Evgeny Ganshin, Director, Aerostate
  6. Ekaterina Shipilova, Founder MK SERVICE

13:30-14:30

BREAK

14:30-16:00

SESSION 3: Russian-German cooperation: experience in the area of best available techniques and energy efficiency improvement

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Mitigation of pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions: specificity of using various control methods. Technological standardization in the area of the best available techniques and energy efficiency improvement in industry.



MODERATOR: 

Michail Begak, Deputy Chairman of Technical Committee on Standardization 113 “Best available techniques”, Expert of the project: “Climate-neutral economic activity: implementation of the best available techniques in the Russian Federation”, PhD in Engineering

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Maksim Polishchuk, Deputy Team Leader of the Project „Climate-friendly economic activities: Introduction of the best available techniques (BAT) in the Russian Federation“
  2. Reinhard Albert, Representative of the German Environment Agency (UBA), Expert of the German-Russian Project “Climate-friendly economic activities: implementation of best available techniques in the Russian Federation”  (Germany)
  3. Nils Boenigk, Deputy Managing Director, Renewable Energies Agency
  4. Eugene Gasho, Expert of the Analytical Centre at the Government of the Russian Federation, PhD in Engineering Science, Expert of the project "Climatically neutral economic activity: introduction of the best available technologies in the Russian Federation"
  5. Ekaterina Potapova, Professor of Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Expert of the project "Climatically neutral economic activity: introduction of the best available technologies in the Russian Federation"
  6. Natalia Pystina, Director of the Centre for Environmental Safety, Energy Efficiency and Occupational Health and Safety, Gazprom VNIIGAZ Research Institute, PhD in Economics
  7. Tatiana Guseva, Professor of Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Head of the Educational and Consulting center, BAT Bureau, Higher Doctorate Degree in Engineering, Expert of the project "Climatically neutral economic activity: introduction of the best available technologies in the Russian Federation"



 

16:00-16:30

BREAK

16:30-18:00

SESSION 4: Why cities should become climatic leaders?

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Climatic solutions for the modern cities: strategies, action plans and relevance for the regions.



MODERATOR: 

 

Angelina Davydova, Journalist of Ъ, Reuters, etc., Russian-German Bureau of Ecological Information (RNEI)

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Svetlana Romanko, Campaigner for Climatic solutions in EECCA Region, 350.org
  2. Inna Indutnaia, Organizer in EECCA Area, 350.org
  3. Maria Falaleeva, Deputy chairman of МОО “ECOPROJECT” (Belarus), Expert of EVRESCO (Ireland), PhD in Geography
  4. Olga Senova, Co-Chairman of Climatic Secretariat of Socio-Ecological Union of Russia
  5. Elina Doszhanova, Socio Ecological Fund, Kazakhstan
  6. Vasilii Yablokov, Head of Research Projects, Greenpeace Russia

 

ASSEMBLY HALLS

ASSEMBLY HALL 3 ECO-TERRITORIES – TERRITORIES OF DEVELOPMENT

 

10:00-11:30

SESSION 1: The role of Best Available Techniques in the development of environmentally sustainable economy

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Best Available Techniques, environmental performance and energy efficiency enhancement. Environmentally sound and greener productions: new challenges and opportunities for business.

MODERATOR: 

Dmitry Skobelev, Director of the Research Institute ‘Environmental Industrial Policy Centre’, Head of Technical Committee TC 113 ‘Best Available Techniques’, PhD in Economics

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Eugene Gasho, Expert of the Analytical Centre at the Government of the Russian Federation, PhD in Engineering Science
  2. Boris Levin, Deputy General Director of PJSC PhosAgro, Deputy Director of JSC PhosAgro-Cherepovets, PhD in Engineering Science
  3. Dmitry Danilovich, Head of the Centre for Technical Policy and Modernisation, ‘Development’ Association, Director and Expert of BAT journal
  4. Natalia Pystina, Director of the Centre for Environmental Safety, Energy Efficiency and Occupational Health and Safety, Gazprom VNIIGAZ Research Institute, PhD in Economics
  5. Anton Vivchar, Deputy Director of Association “The Council of energy manufacturers”
  6. Viktor Haefeli, Senior Environment consultant of the Swiss Ministry of Environment, Owner of Smart Resources Switzerland, Founder of www.eweees.ru, Moscow
  7. Rinat Gizatulin, Deputy General Director  URALCHEM Rinat Gizatulin, Deputy General Director  URALCHEM
  8. Yuri Erokhin, Head of  Labor Protection, Industrial Safety and Environmental Protection  Department, JSC Gazpromneft-MNPZ

11:30-12:00

BREAK

12:00-13:30

SESSION 2: Sweden: best practices to implement Climate investment programs at municipal and urban planning level

 

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Climate investment program: best practices in Sweden; possibilities to apply similar approach in the Russian Federation.



MODERATOR: 



Tatiana Guseva, Professor of Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Head of the Educational and Consulting center, BAT Bureau, Higher Doctorate Degree in Engineering

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Ulf E. Andersson, Expert on Strategies for Sustainable Urban Innovations
  2. Viktor Andréen, Expert on Programs for Urban Innovations and Climate Investments
  3. Dag Henning, Climate and Energy Planning Expert

 

 

13:30-14:30

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14:30-16:00

SESSION 3: Points of growth and territorial marketing: natural territories as the country’s strategic capacity

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Capitalization and monetization of natural, climate, and eco-resources of the country. Improvement of competitive capacity of the regions with vast ecological territories and special climate conditions. Facilitation of public access, promotion, capitalization, investment attractiveness.



MODERATOR: 

Konstantin Garanin, Project Manager, Director of the Center for the Territorial Development

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Zoya Sandzhieva, Minister of Economy and Trade of the Republic of Kalmykia
  2. Vladimir Dyadik, Head of the City of Kirovsk (Murmansk region)
  3. Ekaterina Biktimirova, Head of the Tourism Department of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Karelia
  4. Michail Ananyin, Deputy Mayor of Cherepovets
  5. Svetlana Duving, Director of ANO National Agency for Sustainable Development
  6. Andrey Krivoshein, Deputy Head of the Department of Forestry, Light Industry and Machine Building
  7. Igor Ivanov, Head of the Investment Marketing Department of the ANO Investment Agency (Cherepovets)
  8. Zurab Bokolishvili, General Secretary of the Federation of Corporate Sports of Georgia
  9. Leya Khamitova, Marketing Director, Resort Rixos Borovoe (Kazakhstan)
  10. Ilya Zavaleev, Green Engineer, HPBS

16:00-16:30

BREAK

16:30-18:00

SESSION 4: Presentations from the regions

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Climate projects implemented in the constituent territories of the Russian Federation, foreign cities, individual territories and enterprises.



MODERATOR: 

Konstantin Garanin, Project Manager, Center for the Territorial Development

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Sergey Svinin, Head of the City administration, Kirovsk (Murmansk region)
  2. Leya Khamitova, Marketing Director, Resort Rixos Borovoe (Kazakhstan)
  3. Sergey Manakov, Deputy of the City Duma of the Urban settlement "City of Tarusa"
  4. Alexander Scherbakov, Entrepreneur, head of the working group / Tarusa Public Council, Tarusa Project Manager - The First Eco-City in Russia
  5. Ilya Zavaleev, Green Engineer, HPBS
  6. Alexey Stepanov, Project manager, Velna
  7. Dmirty Kerdanov, The head of administration of the Kablukovsky location (Tver Region)
  8. Andrey Krivoshein, Deputy Head of Forestry, Light Industry and Machine Building Department, Forestry Complex (the Republic of Komi)
  9. Anastasia Berdnikova, Deputy Head of the External Relations Department Khevel (Saratov Region)
  10. Diana Grishina, Deputy Minister - Director of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection, Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Tula Region
  11. Svetlana Tolcheeva, Head of the Department of Environmental Protection, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Rostov Region

ASSEMBLY HALLS

ASSEMBLY HALL 4 CLIMATE AND URBAN PLANNING DEVELOPMENT

Green technologies. Today and Tomorrow

 

10:00-11:30

SESSION 1: Green construction and city’s life-cycles economics

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Smart land use and green design. Renewable power sources in the modern urban buildings. Sustainable cities through greater efficiency and design transformation. “Green construction”: solutions for the cities and businesses. Technologies and life cycle of the transforming urban environment.

MODERATOR: 

Rashid Ismailov, Head of the Ecology task-force of the Advisory Board affiliated to the Government of the Russian Federation, Director of Green Standards Center

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Anna Kurbatova, Vice-President of Scientific Research and Design Institute for Urban-Planning and Systemic Design
  2. Guy Eames, Chairman of the Board, Council on Green Construction in Russia
  3. Irina Madumarova, project manager, Department of environmental certification,EcoStandard group
  4. Yury Tabunshchikov, President of AVOK, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, member of the Public Chamber of Moscow, Prof., Higher Doctorate Degree in Engineering
  5. Olga Mochalova, Head of PHOSPORIS RUSSIA
  6. Michail Bolgov, Head of the Laboratory, Institute of Water Problems, RAS, Doctor of Technical Sciences

11:30-12:00

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12:00-13:30

SESSION 2: Architecture of the future: green urban territory planning. Moscow renovation program: Method

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Climate impact on renovation program. Climate risks evaluation. Climate change: planning horizon required for architectural projects. Nowadays approach to design sustainable city environment.



MODERATOR: 

 

Alexey Mikheev, Special Projects Director, PROSPECTA

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. Jan Gehl, Architect and Consultant on urban design (Denmark)
  2. Nicolas J.A. Buchoud, Founding Principal of Renaissance Urbaine, Director of the Centre for Urban Studies and Regional Development (CUR) and Advisor to the Siberian Institute for the Future, Federal Research Tomsk State University (TSU - SIF / TSSW) (France)
  3. Andrey Asadov, Architect, Vice-President of the Union of Architects (Russia)
  4. Alexander Nikiforov, Partner at ENGEX engineering consultancy 
  5. Ilya Zavaleev, Green Engineer, HPBS

13:30-14:30

BREAK

14:30-16:00

SESSION 3: New approaches to landscaping of cities considering the climate change

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

How does climate influence the urban landscapes? New trends and approaches towards landscaping of urban spaces and parks. How does the flora change depending on the climate?



MODERATORS: 

Taisia Volftrub, President of Association of Landscape of Russia


Ilya Mochalov, Landscape Architect, First
Vice president of Association of Landscape of Russia



SPEAKERS: 

  1. Ilya Mochalov, Landscape Architect, First Vice-President of Association of Landscape of Russia
  2. Alexander Vodianik, Expert on Ecological frames of Russian Cities, Head of Regional Branch the Federal project “Strategy “Green guard”
  3. Igor Safiullin, Head of the Department for Park&Garden and Environmental activity, Zaryadye Park, Moscow
  4. Silvia Aleksandrova, Landscape Architect CA Strelka
  5. Kareva Svetlana Vasilievna, Deputy Head of Department Development, Monitoring and Protection Green Planting GBU “Car roads”, Moscow

16:00-16:30

BREAK

16:30-18:00

SESSION 4: Achieving sustainable development goals: approaches to engage the stakeholders

 

DISCUSSION POINTS: 

Sustainability of cities and regions, policy and adaptation practices to the climate change; mitigation of the impact on the climate system; international standards in the area of communities’ sustainability and resilience.

 


MODERATOR: 

Sergey Bobylev, Head of Chair of Nature Management Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Higher Doctorate Degree in Economics

 

SPEAKERS: 

  1. John Rosser, President, DVK Inc. (Sustainatopia) (USA)
  2. Sergey Bobylev, Head of Chair of Nature Management Economy, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Higher Doctorate Degree in Economics
  3. Georgy Fomenko, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Resources and Consulting Group of companies, Higher Doctorate Degree in Geography, Prof.
  4. Marina Fomenko, Deputy Director of Autonomous Non-Commercial Organization Scientific Research Design Institute Cadastr, PhD in Geography, Associate Prof.
  5. Tatiana Guseva, Professor of Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Head of the Educational and Consulting Center, BAT Bureau, Higher Doctorate Degree in Engineering
CINEMA-HALL, PRESS-HALL
14:00- 15:00

14.00 Ivan Shorstkiy, Head of Design Bureau, TechMash. Presentation topic: «Pampers for car washes «Clean sewage»

14.05 Alexander Nikolashin, Chief Project Engineer, KosMosTechProject. Presentation topic: «3D Dynamic air information system (3D-DAIS)»

14.10 Fedor Zhulitov, Business Development Director, MICROSORB. Presentation topic: «Composite catalyst»

14.15 Igor Yurchenko, Business Development Director, INSOLAR. Presentation topic: «Hybrid Heat Pumping Systems HHPS»

14.20 Anna Lukanina, Managing Partners,  Depot WPF Branding Agency. Presentation topic: «Ecobag»

14.25 Anatoly Fedorov, General Director, Teplorium. Presentation topic: «How to halve expenses or SuperEnergy efficient glazing Heat»

14.30 Ekaterina Shipilova, founder,  MK SERVICE. Presentation topic: «The first "green" step is the collection of waste paper».

14.35 Evgeniy Elagin, commercial director, BioMicroGel. Presentation topic: «Safe detergents»

14.40 Naira Davidson, General Director, LighTech. Presentation topic: «Ion-lubricating composition RS»

14.45 Alexey Poliakov founder of the project, IE Poliakov Alexey Nikolaevich. Presentation topic: «Universal heat and mass transfer device based on Maysocenco cycle»

14.50 Evgeny Ganshin, Business Development Director, Aeroestate. Presentation topic: «Aerostate is a system for forecasting and analyzing air quality»

09:00- 11:00

Rixos Borovoe Business Breakfast

Rixos Borovoe - National park as Eco Resort in The Format "Healthy Lifestyle 365"

Speaker: Leya Khamitova, Marketing Director, Resort Rixos Borovoe (Kazakhstan)

Participants: Representatives of the B2B segment (potential partners of the resort for the implementation of this concept)

 

 12:00- 13:30

Digital economy: technology transfer for sustainable development of smart cities.

 

Presentation and discussion of Russian and international acceleration programs for urban sustainable development.

 

MODERATOR:

 

Ani Aslanyan, head of the working group “technology transfer and digital economy» National Association of Technology Transfer, founder of telegram channel @blockchainRF

 

SPEAKERS: 

1.        Gajanana Hedge, Team leader at Sustainable Development Mechanisms program, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

2.        Nikolay Silin. Advisor of the fintech prgrams and projects department head, Bank of Russia

3.         Nick Beglinger, CEO of Cleantech 21

4.        Cao Yin, Chief Strategy Officer of Energy-Blockchain Labs

5.        Representative of Life Sreda accelerator

6.        Xiaochen Zhang, CEO of the FinTech4Good

7.         Deanna MacDonald, Co-Founder and CEO of the Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration (BLOC)