Greg Clark shares his insights on Brisbane’s interconnectedness to other Australian cities and why this is unique to Australia and forms part of the city’s credentials as a serious contributor to the emerging global cities debate.
Greg speaking at the Forum for Cities in Transition.
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Speaking in London, Greg Clark explains how and why a unifying city brand can be effective in raising the visibility of a smaller city such as Aarhus, Denmark.
Greg Clark speaks in Copenhagen about the impact of the financial crisis on the green economy in cities around the world. He observes a number initiatives in a new generation of innovative cities, including the city of Aarhus.
Greg Clark speaks at a Moscow Urban Forum session on city and metropolitan strategy. He introduces the building blocks of metropolitan strategic planning, highlighting its broad impact not only on land use and planning, but also on governance, sector mix and investment.
Greg Clark moderates the opening plenary of the 2013 Moscow Urban Forum. On the theme of world city growth challenges, the plenary features opening remarks from the Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin and Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
In an interview with Indian national business newspaper Mint, Greg Clark introduces the Global Cities Initiative, and remarks on the latest developments and challenges in Mumbai and Indian cities.
A debate to explore how emerging markets can learn from established international financial centres and the need to cultivate infrastructure, technology, and education took place at the One Step Ahead symposium co-hosted by Asia Society India Centre and J.P. Morgan Chase Bank. Moderated by Greg Clark.
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On 9 May 2014, Greg was invited by the Asia Society Hong Kong Center and JP Morgan to speak at a one day conference in Hong Kong on the subject of global competitiveness in Asia. Greg formed part of a panel which discussed ‘How to Maintain Innovation for Economic Growth’. Greg’s fellow panelists were Sun Bae Kim of the National University of Singapore, Michael Enright of the University of Hong Kong and the Competitiveness Institute, and Trisha Suresh of the Economist Intelligence Unit. You can watch their discussion by clicking here and going to Video: Panel 1 “Competitiveness in Asia: Maintaining Innovation for Economic Growth”
In April 2014, the Regional Plan Association (America’s oldest independent urban research and advocacy organization) held its annual assembly in New York. The RPA is currently developing its fourth regional plan for the New York metropolitan area. Greg is co-Chair of an international advisory committee which is providing the RPA with insights and advice on the fourth plan, based on experiences from other global cities. In this capacity he was invited to speak at the Assembly, and to reflect on the committee’s thoughts and ideas on regional planning in New York. Greg’s presentation begins after 16 minutes.