Adjunct Professor, Urban Advisor at George Washington University’s Sustainable Urban Planning graduate program
Anthony G. Bigio is Adjunct Professor at George Washington University’s Sustainable Urban Planning graduate program, and an Urban Advisor with over thirty years of international experience. He retired from the World Bank in 2013 after a two-decade career in urban development spanning projects on cities and climate change, urban resilience, urban environmental management, earth observation for development, low-cost housing, urban poverty reduction, and urban cultural heritage.
Professor in urban and regional planning at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Eva Falleth is a professor in urban and regional planning at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. She has worked with environment, natural resources and planning, planning in an institutional perspective, planning and governance, urban planning, planning, society and democracy, and planning and development. She has led a high number of national and international research projects and published numerous articles and books.
Senior scientist in Physics and Chemistry of the Atmosphere (PhD. in 1993,Toulouse, France)
Brigitte Koffi has been working at the Institute for Environment and Sustainability of the Joint Research Center of the European Commission (JRC, Ispra, Italy) since January 2013, where she is providing Scientific and Technical support to two different international initiatives: the Covenant of Mayors (CoM) initiative and the Hemispheric Transport of Air Pollution (HTAP) multi-model exercise.
Vice-President of Chalmers University of Technology, Director of Mistra Urban Futures
Dr. Lars Reuterswärd is currently Vice-President of Chalmers University of Technology, Director of Mistra Urban Futures. A Swedish national, Dr. Reuterswärd was United Nations’ Designer, Coordinator and Pavilion Director for the UN Exhibition and Events at the Shanghai World Expo 2010.