Turquoise Cluster Panama: New contributions to building sustainable projects
Date: Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 of November 2014
Tuesday, November 25th, from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 26th, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: City of Knowledge Exhibition Hall, Bldg. 109
Keynote Conference: $ 150.00
Keynote Conference and Workshops: $ 250.00
Information and registration: 317-0687 / [email protected]
The City of Knowledge Foundation (FCDS), the University for International Cooperation (UCI) and the Foundation for Social Action for Panama (FAS Panama), are pleased to invite you to the forum "Turquoise Cluster Panama: New contributions to building Sustainable Projects". The forum will take place on November 25 and 26 at the City of Knowledge Exhibition Hall, Bldg. 109.
Turquoise Cluster Panama is a convergence model that focuses on the articulation of diverse stakeholders to promote sustainability projects and models, focused on the consolidation of a new culture of recycling and processing, based on the innovative and inclusive solid waste management for the city of Panama.
Four instances compose the development of the Turquoise Cluster Panama Forum: 1) Introduction and contextualization of the solid waste problem in the city of Panama; 2) Keynote Conference; 3) Practical Workshops; and 4) Worktables for the implementation of Project Turquoise towards innovative and inclusive solid waste management for the city of Panama.
The Keynote Conference, as well as the development of the Practical Workshops and Worktables, shall be under the direction of distinguished Argentine architect Carlos H. Levinton, director and founder of the Experimental Center for Production and Architecture Suitable for Emergency, University of Buenos Aires.
For additional information about the work of architect Levinton and his center, please access the following link: http://goo.gl/3Q7SIi