TRACK 4: Knowledge economies and identity | Special Session Hotel Borobudur Jakarta (Banda B)
Sep 10, 2019 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM(Europe/Amsterdam)
20190910T0900 20190910T1100 Europe/Amsterdam 4.1 Cool Planner in South East Asia: City Resilience Design

Understanding urban conditions of our cities in a new way – embracing informality, reconsidering built environment policies, and encouraging formation of new public landscapes – is at the very base of climate change resilience. What is the role of designers and planners in this process, in the Asian context?

Session Agenda

09:30 | Kick-off presentation linking the last year's "Cool Planner" ISOCARP Congress in Bodø and the challenges which Jakarta faces in the light of climate change

Dushko Bogunovich, Adjunct Professor, School of Architecture and Planning, Auckland University New Zealand

09:45 | Short presentation on water as leverage initiative and a view on the relation between climate change, planning and finance in an innovative process

Rogier van den Berg, Head, UN-Habitat Urban LAB

10:00 | Short presentation on "Resilience in Yangon: climate change, communities and significance" 

Beverley Salmon, Deputy Director, DohEain Foundation, Yangon, Myanmar

10:15 | Short presentation 

Bert Smolders, Consultant and Shelter Programme Manager, ARCADIS

10:30 | Panel discussion

Moderated by: Milena Ivkovic, ISOCARP

Speakers:

Dushko BogunovichRogier van den BergBeverley SalmonBert Smolders

Panel leading questions:

What are the main ingred ...

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Understanding urban conditions of our cities in a new way – embracing informality, reconsidering built environment policies, and encouraging formation of new public landscapes – is at the very base of climate change resilience. What is the role of designers and planners in this process, in the Asian context?


Session Agenda

09:30 | Kick-off presentation linking the last year's "Cool Planner" ISOCARP Congress in Bodø and the challenges which Jakarta faces in the light of climate change

  • Dushko Bogunovich, Adjunct Professor, School of Architecture and Planning, Auckland University New Zealand

09:45 | Short presentation on water as leverage initiative and a view on the relation between climate change, planning and finance in an innovative process

  • Rogier van den Berg, Head, UN-Habitat Urban LAB

10:00 | Short presentation on "Resilience in Yangon: climate change, communities and significance" 

  • Beverley Salmon, Deputy Director, DohEain Foundation, Yangon, Myanmar

10:15 | Short presentation 

  • Bert Smolders, Consultant and Shelter Programme Manager, ARCADIS

10:30 | Panel discussion

Moderated by: Milena Ivkovic, ISOCARP

Speakers:

  • Dushko Bogunovich
  • Rogier van den Berg
  • Beverley Salmon
  • Bert Smolders

Panel leading questions:

  • What are the main ingredients to City Resilience Design, from planning, but also societal point of view? 
  • What do planners need to learn and be aware of when they have to make climate resilient "bankable projects" in the SEA context
  • How can design help make realistic climate resilience projects working together with the local communities? How to maintain dialogue throughout the project design and implementation process?
Cool Planner in South East Asia: City Resilience DesignView Abstract
Session Proposal 09:30 AM - 11:00 AM (Europe/Amsterdam) 2019/09/10 07:30:00 UTC - 2019/09/10 09:00:00 UTC
At this year’s World Planning Congress in Jakarta, ISOCARP continues with its’ interactive Cool Planner Session, tackling the challenges, the thrills and the responsibilities planning profession faces in the context of climate change. The upcoming Cool Planner Session focuses on South East Asia, and examines the profile and the design skills Cool Planner needs in this region, in order to help cities become more resilient. As the first Cool Planner Session in Bodo, (Norway) has shown, the profession of urban planning is no longer limited to urban space only – it has expanded to other fields, and merged with other expertises. The aim of this year’s Session is to showcase and discuss the examples and challenges of what it means “designing for resilience”. Can we frame the main ingredients of the City Resilience Design, how can we further develop and promote it? What is the role of technology and what planners need to know and learn in this field? How can design help make realistic, bankable climate resilience projects for neighborhoods and districts? The Session will use mixed methodology of Talks and Peer-to-Peer Experts Panel. The topics addressed in the Panel will be complemented by Talks – short presentations of projects, best practices and experiences from urban professionals across many fields of climate change resilience, with relevance to Asian, South Asian and particularly Indonesian context. Guests and speakers: GreenCityWatch Amsterdam, UN Habitat Regional Office Asia-Pacific Urbanscapes Studio of the World Bank Group (WBG), Centre for Livable Cities Singapore, EcoShape Amsterdam, UN Studio Amsterdam, Urban Climate Change Resilience Trust Fund (UCCRTF) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), LandCivilisationCompositions Hong Kong Names of the guests and speakers to be confirmed. Talks Moderator and Cool Planner SEA Chair: Milena Ivkovic, Member of Board of Directors ISOCARP Expert Panel Moderator(s): David Struik, ISOCARP Institute, Tjark Gall, ISOCARP Institute
Presenters Milena Ivkovic
Board Member, ISOCARP
David Struik
Office Director, ISOCARP Institute
Tjark Gall
Researcher, ISOCARP Institute
Founder
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Land+Civilization Compositions
Deputy Director
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Doh Eain
Adjunct Professor
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The University of Auckland
Mrs Milena Ivkovic
Board Member
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ISOCARP
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