ECCP at Work

Future Cities Forum 1 on The Future of Urban and Industrial Future - 2 December 2020

December 05, 2020

ECCP Online

ECCP at Work

The ECCP organized the first installment of its Future Cities Forum. Keynote speakers and esteemed panelists include DPWH Usec. Maria Catalina Cabral, BCDA Vice President Atty. Joanna Capones, Arch. Jun Palafox, and Leechiu Property Consultants Executive Director. The Forum 1 session with experts and advocates will help us come up with insights, actionable solutions and steps towards the sustainable path. The ECCP Vice President, Mr. Lars Wittig, opened the session. ECCP Infrastructure Committee Co-Chair Reinier Dizon and ECCP Innovations Committee Chair Amor Maclang moderated the two panel discussions. ECCP Infrastructure Committee Co-Chair Ram Maganti closed the session with some parting thoughts on the future of urban and industrial infrastructure. 

For the first Forum, the ECCP expresses its sincerest gratitude to our Advocacy Partner, Flood Control Asia RS Corporation, and Gold Sponsor, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation, for their immense support for this Forum. 

On 7 December, NDRRMC Chair & Defense Secretary Lorenzana and Senator Grace Poe will be joining the 2nd Future Cities Forum on Managing Flood Risks and Water Security. Senate Committee Chair on Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change, Hon. Cynthia Villar, will also be joining the 3rd session on waste management scheduled on 11 December. Please mark your calendars, and join us then! 

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