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Wednesday, July 5 • 14:00 - 15:00
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Our great opening featuring
- Mike Zuckerman, Kyebando Green Movement, Leap frog urbanism: from refugee camps to the cities of the future
- Pia Mancini, Co-founder, Open Collective - Cities as open collectives
- Mark Watts, Executive Director, C40 - Facing climate change through a network of cities

***Ouverture***

Nous avons le plaisir d'ouvrir le OuiShare Fest 2017 avec:
- un invité surprise
- Pia Mancini, Co-fondatrice d'Open Collective - Cities as open collectives
- Mark Watts, Directeur exécutif, C40 - Faire face au changement climatique grâce à un réseau de villes


Speakers
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Pia Mancini

CO-FOUNDER, OPEN COLLECTIVE
Pia Mancini is committed to open-sourcing democracies in the digital age. She wants to enable every citizen to participate in day-to-day politics. She co-founded the DemocracyOS foundation, which designed a digital tool for citizen engagement, and the Net Party, an Argentinian po... Read More →
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Mark Watts

Executive Director, C40
Mark Watts has served as the Executive Director for C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group since December 2013. Prior to joining C40, Mark was the Director of consultancy firm, Arup’s, energy and climate change team. Earlier in his career, he was the climate change and sustainable transport adviser to the Mayor of London, in which role the London Evening Standard described him as... Read More →
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Mike Zuckerman

Freespace
Mike has gained tremendous national and international attention for his work as the co-founder of [Freespace], Mike considers himself a “Culture Hacker” continuing to push the boundaries of shared economy models and their impact on the development of innovation ecosystems; energizing sustainable development efforts and supporting grass roots community... Read More →


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