Panel from the Institute for Climate and Society (iCS) that will feature high level speakers from Latin American cities to discuss different actions and projects in terms of urban mobility and transport which have helped to reduce air pollution and also improve life quality of the population. In addition, as the Covid-19 pandemic opened the debate for a green economic recovery, it is time to talk about how this can be implemented in the regional context of Latin America.
- Carolina Tohá, Former Mayor of Santiago, Chile
- Sergio Avelleda, Urban Mobility Director, WRI Ross Center For Sustainable Cities
- Ilan Cuperstein, Deputy Regional Director for Latin America na C40 Cities
- Moderator: Marcel Martin, Transport Coordinator for Institute for Climate and Society
About iCS: The Institute for Climate and Society (iCS) is a philanthropic organization that promotes prosperity, justice and low carbon development in Brazil. We operate as a bridge between international and national funders and local partners. Consequently, we are part of a wide network of philanthropic organizations that are dedicated to finding solutions to the climate crisis.