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22 September - Paris' vision for change through the 2020s & closing remarks

About This Webinar

Paris is raising the bar for their global peers. With new ‘urban forests’ to be planted across the city, school playground oases, a rapidly expanding cycle network, and a traffic-free Rue de Rivoli, tune in to hear from Paris Deputy Mayor Hermano Sanches Ruivo to find out how the City of Light is going green and what other cities can learn from Paris' leadership.

This session includes closing remarks from London Car Free Day and Menged Le Sew.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Hamish Stewart
Co-Founder, London Car Free Day
Webinar hosting presenter
Deputy Mayor, Paris City Council
Webinar hosting presenter Seble Samuel
Co-Founder, Menged Le Sew (Open Streets Ethiopia)
Seble Samuel is an Ethiopian-Canadian geographer and climate justice advocate. She is a co-founder and organizer of Menged Le Sew, a SLOCAT Young Leader in Sustainable Transport, and one of TUMI’s Remarkable Women in Transport 2020. Her experience spans East Africa, Latin America and Canada, working with international institutions and civil society organizations on climate justice, multimedia communications and socio-ecological resilience. Based in Addis Ababa, she currently works for the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security. Seble is the Sustainability and Environment Lead of the Global Shapers Addis Ababa Hub, where she co-leads a campaign to ban single-use plastics across Ethiopia, and a mentor for Africa's inaugural Women4Climate Mentorship Program in Addis Ababa. Seble holds a BA in Geography and Anthropology from McGill University and an MSc in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford.
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World Car Free Day webinar platform hosts 22 September - Paris' vision for change through the 2020s & closing remarks
Celebrating the transition to traffic-free city centres & a systematic land use transition away from redundant roads and parking to new housing, public parks & public realm.
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