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Here’s what’s going to happen

Find below the most current draft agenda for the World Cycling Forum 2019.
Agenda is subject to change.

09h00

WELCOME

by Robbert de Kock, President/CEO, WFSGI and moderated by Marc ter Haar, Strategic Relationship Director, EY Netherlands

09h15

Future Urban Mobility – The Role of Bicycle in Urban Development

by Carlo van de Weijer, Director Smart Mobility, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

10h00

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

by a representative of the World Health Organisation, individual
Speaker to be announced

10h45

Q&A

11h00

COFFEE BREAK

11h30

E-Bikes for Transportation

Speaker to be announced

12h15

Q&A

12h30

LUNCH

14h00

Product – Design/Materials/Performance/Product Disassembly

Speaker to be announced

14h45

Process – Sustainable Manufacturing Processes / Technology

by Quentin Badonnel, Project Leader – Sustainable Development and Ronan Le Moguen, Project Leader – Sustainability in Supply Chain, Decathlon, France

15h30

Q&A

15h45

COFFEE BREAK

16h15

Who’s Peddling? A New Taxonomy of Urban Mobility

by Nicholas Russell, Entrepreneur-In-Residence, UCL Engineering/ConceptionX.org, England

17h00

Q&A

17h15

Wrap-up Day One

18h00

APÉRO AND DINNER

22h00

END OF DAY 1 / INDIVIDUAL RETURN TO HOTEL

09h00

WELCOME /RE-CAP DAY 1

by Robbert de Kock, President/CEO, WFSGI and moderated by Marc ter Haar, Strategic Relationship Director, EY Netherlands

09h15

Specific Material Recycling – Panel Discussion

Speaker to be announced

10h15

Legislation on Material Recycling (EU, WEEE, reg. Electrical & Electronic Equip.)

Speaker to be announced

11h00

COFFEE BREAK

11h30

Different Labour Requirements of a Changing Manufacturing Landscape

Denis Pennel, Managing Director, World Employment Confederation, Brussels, Belgium

12h15

Q&A

12h30

LUNCH

14h00

Presentation hosted by the Responsible Sports Initiative (RSI)

Speaker to be announced

14h30

Some Sustainable Futures for Bicycle Manufacturing

Steve Evans, Director of Research in Industrial Sustainability, University of Cambridge, UK

15h15

Q&A

15h30

Summary of World Cycling Forum 2019

16h00

END of WCF 2019