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Valletta, Malta

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Title of Challenge
How to be best prepared for Green Valletta Capital of Culture 2018?
Description of city challenge
The City of Valletta is the capital of Malta and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In order for energy efficiency to lower carbon emissions and increase cost savings, Valletta is exploring new business models in order to be green before 2018, when the city will be the European Capital of Culture.

Buildings in Valletta date back to the 16th century, built during the rule of the Order of St. John, also known as Knights Hospitaller. Today the city is visited every year by over 1.4 million tourists and this figure is likely to increase reaching a peak during 2018. For this reason, the Malta Climathon will address the following challenge:

“How to be best prepared for Green Valletta Capital of Culture 2018?”

The focus will be on urban spaces, in particular public places and buildings. The objective of Climate-KIC Malta challenge is to find innovative solutions for greener and more energy-efficient spaces to feed into the existing national policy. Our approach will be trans-disciplinary, as we will touch upon architecture, transport and business among others.

Pitching to Expert Judges

The Climathon event will culminate in the presentation of ideas from each group in front of panel members who will provide valuable feedback. The panel is comprised of different science and business experts.
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City Host Organization
Paragon Europe, 183 Constitution Street, Mosta MST 9054 - Malta
City Host Email
climathonmalta@paragoneurope.eu
City Host Phone
+356 23390142
Venue
University of Malta - Valletta Campus
St. Paul's Street OR Merchant Street
Valletta
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Valletta, Malta
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Title of Challenge
How to be best prepared for Green Valletta Capital of Culture 2018?
Description of city challenge
The City of Valletta is the capital of Malta and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In order for energy efficiency to lower carbon emissions and increase cost savings, Valletta is exploring new business models in order to be green before 2018, when the city will be the European Capital of Culture.

Buildings in Valletta date back to the 16th century, built during the rule of the Order of St. John, also known as Knights Hospitaller. Today the city is visited every year by over 1.4 million tourists and this figure is likely to increase reaching a peak during 2018. For this reason, the Malta Climathon will address the following challenge:

“How to be best prepared for Green Valletta Capital of Culture 2018?”

The focus will be on urban spaces, in particular public places and buildings. The objective of Climate-KIC Malta challenge is to find innovative solutions for greener and more energy-efficient spaces to feed into the existing national policy. Our approach will be trans-disciplinary, as we will touch upon architecture, transport and business among others.

Pitching to Expert Judges

The Climathon event will culminate in the presentation of ideas from each group in front of panel members who will provide valuable feedback. The panel is comprised of different science and business experts.
Downloadables

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City Host Organization
Paragon Europe, 183 Constitution Street, Mosta MST 9054 - Malta
City Host Email
climathonmalta@paragoneurope.eu
City Host Phone
+356 23390142
Venue
University of Malta - Valletta Campus
St. Paul's Street OR Merchant Street
Valletta
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Valletta, Malta
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Title of Challenge
How to be best prepared for Green Valletta Capital of Culture 2018?
Description of city challenge
The City of Valletta is the capital of Malta and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In order for energy efficiency to lower carbon emissions and increase cost savings, Valletta is exploring new business models in order to be green before 2018, when the city will be the European Capital of Culture.

Buildings in Valletta date back to the 16th century, built during the rule of the Order of St. John, also known as Knights Hospitaller. Today the city is visited every year by over 1.4 million tourists and this figure is likely to increase reaching a peak during 2018. For this reason, the Malta Climathon will address the following challenge:

“How to be best prepared for Green Valletta Capital of Culture 2018?”

The focus will be on urban spaces, in particular public places and buildings. The objective of Climate-KIC Malta challenge is to find innovative solutions for greener and more energy-efficient spaces to feed into the existing national policy. Our approach will be trans-disciplinary, as we will touch upon architecture, transport and business among others.

Pitching to Expert Judges

The Climathon event will culminate in the presentation of ideas from each group in front of panel members who will provide valuable feedback. The panel is comprised of different science and business experts.
Downloadables

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City Host Organization
Paragon Europe, 183 Constitution Street, Mosta MST 9054 - Malta
City Host Email
climathonmalta@paragoneurope.eu
City Host Phone
+356 23390142
Venue
University of Malta - Valletta Campus
St. Paul's Street OR Merchant Street
Valletta
Venue on map
Valletta, Malta
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Title of Challenge
How to be best prepared for Green Valletta Capital of Culture 2018?
Description of city challenge
The City of Valletta is the capital of Malta and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In order for energy efficiency to lower carbon emissions and increase cost savings, Valletta is exploring new business models in order to be green before 2018, when the city will be the European Capital of Culture.

Buildings in Valletta date back to the 16th century, built during the rule of the Order of St. John, also known as Knights Hospitaller. Today the city is visited every year by over 1.4 million tourists and this figure is likely to increase reaching a peak during 2018. For this reason, the Malta Climathon will address the following challenge:

“How to be best prepared for Green Valletta Capital of Culture 2018?”

The focus will be on urban spaces, in particular public places and buildings. The objective of Climate-KIC Malta challenge is to find innovative solutions for greener and more energy-efficient spaces to feed into the existing national policy. Our approach will be trans-disciplinary, as we will touch upon architecture, transport and business among others.

Pitching to Expert Judges

The Climathon event will culminate in the presentation of ideas from each group in front of panel members who will provide valuable feedback. The panel is comprised of different science and business experts.
Downloadables

Information Not Available

City Host Organization
Paragon Europe, 183 Constitution Street, Mosta MST 9054 - Malta
City Host Email
climathonmalta@paragoneurope.eu
City Host Phone
+356 23390142
Venue
University of Malta - Valletta Campus
St. Paul's Street OR Merchant Street
Valletta
Venue on map
Valletta, Malta