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Rooftop Republic is bringing Farm the City 2022 to ReThink HK

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Dive into dialogues on pressing urban issues ranging from food security, climate change to sustainability with industry leaders, practitioners and social innovators

Rooftop Republic is scaling up its Farm the City initiative this year from Oct 5th-6th at ReThink HK Conference 2022 under the programme title “Rethinking Urban Resilience and Liveability”, following the successful launch last November.

Taking the stage at the Sustainable Communities Theatre, we will be diving into topics on Designing a Resilient City, Buildings and Liveability, Impact and New Tech through sharing and discussions by industry leaders, seasoned practitioners, and social innovators from DBS Bank, MTR, JLL, Oval Partnership, M Moser Associates, Urbis Limited, Google, NOIZ by NDN Group, Hong Kong Impact Data Consortium Chain, Wall Street Journal and more.

“Our cities are in a resilience crisis. With 70% of the world’s population going to live in cities like Hong Kong, the problem is only going to get worse if we do not act”, explained by Andrew Tsui, Co-Founder and CEO of Rooftop Republic.

Be part of the movement and discover the latest sustainable solutions that could help create a better world together. Book your delegate pass today HERE.

Forum Details

Date: 5 October 2022

Time: 14:30-18:00 HKT

Venue: Sustainable Communities Theatre, Hall 3FG, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Come visit their booth no.E60 to join the curated design thinking workshops where we can make insightful idea exchanges together. For more information about Farm the City, please visit Rooftop Republic website.

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