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amazing - thankyou tiina
Fantastic session! Thank you so much Tina
question: who initiates more often, the city or the business partners? how can city governments most effectively start involving businesses in mitigation strategies?
Question for all panelists: Can you elaborate on the type of incentives you have found most effective in your cities? Greetings from the Netherlands Water Partnership.
Liverpool has a bigger football team ;)
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Can we please share the links to various resources Marieme Rocchi shared e.g. origins earth, there were some others which i missed. Thank you
Great projects - but how easy / difficult are you finding it to replicate or at least reuse key elements of these projects in other projects eg in other districts (in Manchester), cities (Finland) or clients (BNP Paribas/Enel)?
Both Helsinki and Manchester have mentioned their city universities as partners. How can business and higher education work more closely together, particularly on innovation programmes and using our cities as ‘living labs’ for commercial solutions?
Links to Marième's reference: https://www.origins.earth/https://climateseed.com/
@Steve Connor - I'm the director of Cities Changing Diabetes, and we work with both cities, universities, NGOs and local businesses. The important point to remember when working in Public-Private Partnerships is that everyone has to gain from it. There has to be shared value. Each partner has to focus on their strengths and through that gain synergies
The incentives our business partners tell us here in Sydney are about city financial support for retrofits etc but also the brand recognition of being in the partnership, and the opportunity to tackle systemic issues with other businesses that they have failed to tackle on their own eg. waste
thanks all. excellent work