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Session I (Morning - June 19)

Challenges and solutions in the era of environmental sustainability.
In a world marked by environmental and energy challenges, the key lies in our ability to transform these challenges into opportunities. A call to action and innovation to explore how we can turn the threats of climate change and resource scarcity into catalysts for positive change. Change that will enable us to forge a path towards a more sustainable and secure future for all species on our planet.

  • 9.30am Inauguration. Margalida Prohens, President of the Government.
  • 9.50am - Responsible renewables: energy, territory and nature. José Luis Gallego, environmental publicist, writer and sustainability consultant. Session coordinator.
  • 10am - Climate change in the Balearic Islands: current situation and future challenges.
    Damià Gomis, Director of the Interdisciplinary Laboratory on Climate Change at the University of the Balearic Islands (LINCC UIB).
  • 10.20am - Journey to a new era. Isabel Moreno Meteorologist. Presenter of RTVE's ‘Aquí la Tierra’.
  • 10.55am - Understanding and predicting biodiversity in a changing world. Guillermo Fandos, biologist, specialising in Zoology.
  • 11.30am - Coffee break.
  • 12 noon - Renewable energies: from intention to action. Beatriz Mato, Director of Development and Sustainability at Greenalia.
  • 12.35pm - Round table (Challenges and Solutions in the Age of Environmental Sustainability) Damià Gomis, director of the Interdisciplinary Laboratory on Climate Change at the University of the Balearic Islands (LINCC UIB).
    Beatriz Mato, Director of Development and Sustainability at Greenalia.
    Antonio Calvo, Sustainability Director of Redeia.
    Guillermo Fandos, biologist, specialising in Zoology.
    Sarah Oppenheimer, Europe Manager of Global Strategic Communications Council (GSCC).
  • 1.25pm - End of the session
MALLORCA. FERROCARRILES. Un tren de Serveis Ferroviaris de Mallorca.
Public transport: Mallorca trains.

Session II (Afternoon - June 19)

Corporate leadership and sustainable urban development
Businesses are taking a proactive approach to mitigating their environmental impact by improving transport practices and optimising urban infrastructure. This global effort not only seeks to meet international sustainability standards, but also to improve the quality of life in urban areas, thereby driving more sustainable and responsible development.

  • 4pm - Communicating environmental commitment. Lucía Dalmau, journalist specialising in climate and political communication. Communication at ECODES. Session coordinator
  • 4.10pm - Sustainability 4.0: the new green ocean. Eva Garrell, Head of Impact programmes at B Lab Spain. Founder of Acción en Verde.
  • 4.40pm - The impact of mobility on the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). May López, Director of Desarrollo Empresas por la Movilidad Sostenible.
  • 5.10pm - Round table. Corporate Leadership and Sustainable Urban Development
    Eva Garrell, Head of Impact Programmes at B Lab Spain, Founder of Acción en Verde.
    May López, Director of Desarrollo Empresas por la Movilidad Sostenible.
    Bartomeu Colom, Director of Operations and Production at Urbia Services.
    Guillem Taberner, Director of Urban Planning at Marratxí Town Council.
  • 5.45pm - End of the session.
PALMA. PUERTOS. Palma registra un ‘completo’ portuario con 12 buques a la vez. Coincidieron ayer cinco cruceros internaciona
Cruise ships in Palma's port.

Session III (Afternoon - June 19)

The challenges of the future of sustainable port cities.
In a world increasingly aware of the need for sustainable development, port cities are facing a host of challenges to balance their economic growth with the protection of the environment, but also to open up their port areas to their inhabitants to make them more passable, sociable and adapted to new models of city life.

  • 6pm - Sustainable port cities: A shared challenge for the future of the territory.
    Javier Cortés, international consultant for Agenda2030. Founder of Coop&Co. Coordinator of the session
  • 6.15pm - Port-city relations: opportunities for the generation of shared value and sustainable development.
    Javier Sanz, President of the Balearic Islands Port Authority.
  • 6.45pm - The Estuary as the backbone of Metropolitan Bilbao: challenges for the future.
    Ana Sancho, Head of Strategic Planning Bilbao Metropoli 30.
  • 7.05pm - Back to the future Port-City.
    Mercè de Miguel i Capdevila, Researcher at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e - The Netherlands).
  • 7.25pm - Port round table. The challenges of the future of sustainable port cities.
  • Javier Sanz, President of the Balearic Islands Port Authority.
    Ana Sancho, head of the Bilbao Metropoli 30 Strategic Plan.
    Mercè de Miguel i Capdevila, researcher at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe - Holland).
    Antonio Ginard, Director of the Balearic Islands Port Authority.
    Antonio Deudero, Councillor for Mobility, Palma City Council.
  • 8.10pm - End of session
PALMA. TURISMO. TURISTAS PASEANDO POR LAS CALLES DEL CENTRO DE PALMA.
Tourists walking around Palma.

Session IV (Morning - June 20)

Tourism of the future: natural resources, carrying capacity and social harmony.
We are at a crucial moment for the tourism industry. Growing environmental awareness and the demand for sustainable practices, together with calls for change to avoid overcrowding in the most popular destinations on the planet, including the Balearic Islands, has become a point of debate for civil society, businesspeople in the sector and those in government.
Finding a balance is fundamental for destinations that seek not only to prosper, but also to preserve natural resources, cultural identity and coexistence between tourists and residents.

  • 9.30am - Opening of the session.
  • 9.45am - Introduction: Tourism: from hospitality to hostility. How to correct the course? Manuel Molina, director of ‘Hosteltur’. Session coordinator
  • 10am - Ethical, responsible and sustainable tourism, a commitment for everyone.
    Daniela Otero, Acting President of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics of UN - Tourism.
  • 10.40am - ROUND TABLE: Sustainability and coexistence: the future of tourism in the Balearic Islands.
    Daniela Otero, Acting Chairperson of the UN - Tourism World Committee on Tourism Ethics.
    UN - Tourism.
    Josefina Linares, Mayoress of Alcúdia.
    Joan Monjo, Mayor of Santa Margalida.
    Juan Antonio Amengual, Mayor of Calvià.
    Martí March, Mayor of Pollença.
    Agripina Rocha, Councillor for Tourism of Capdepera Town Council.
    Moderated by: Manuel Molina.
  • 11.20am - Coffee break.
  • 11.50am - The contribution of smart mobility to sustainable tourism. Jaime Ruiz, co-founder Cities Forum.
  • 12.25pm - Resource management with a circular vision. Learning from the past to design the future. Ángel Fernández Homar, President of the Foundation for the Circular Economy.
  • 1pm - Round table
  • Ángel Fernández Homar, President of the Foundation for the Circular Economy.
    Juan Alba Pizá, Operations Director of Adalmo.
    Jaime Ruiz, co-founder of Cities Forum.
    Moderator: Manuel Molina.
  • 1.50pm - Closing session
    Alejandro Sáenz de San Pedro, Minister of Enterprise, Employment and Energy of the Government.
  • 1.45pm - End of the session