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World Cycling Forum Exceptional Agenda: Speakers on Sustainable Materials, Technologies, Manufacturing and Mobility

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ROTTERDAM, the Netherlands – The upcoming World Cycling Forum taking place on June 4 and 5 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, features an impressive line-up of keynote speakers. They will make clear from very different disciplines, how the cycling industry is to play its vital role with regard to sustainability and the fight against climate change.

World Cycling Forum Exceptional Agenda: Speakers on Sustainable Materials, Technologies, Manufacturing and Mobility
Complete agenda of the World Cycling Forum 2019 is available now. – Photo WFSGI

The 2ndWorld Cycling Forum edition will boost the cycling industry’s relevance at organizations operating on a global level. The Forum organizers, WFSGI and Bike Europe, are delighted to announce that Dr. Fiona Bull, Program Manager in the Department of Prevention of Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD) at the World Health Organization will be a keynote speaker at the World Cycling Forum.  Dr. Bull’s presentation will explain the global sustainability goals that have been set by the United Nations and explore further what and how the industry can contribute to help meet those goals.


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Effects of climate change

The theme of the 2019 World Cycling Forum is “Putting the Bicycle Industry at the Core of Sustainable Development.” The 2-day international Conference will be all about the nowadays widely discussed effects of climate change. To reduce or stop climate change radical changes must take place. Changes like doubling the modal share of cycling in the world’s biggest cities. How that is to take place is explained by expert keynote speakers at the World Cycling Forum.

Forum’s Agenda

The Forum’s speakers-list includes representatives from the WHO, from Decathlon, Vittoria Industries, the Mayor of London’s Office, the World Employment Confederation, Technical University of Delft, University of Cambridge, CONEBI, University College London/ConceptionX.org, as well as world experts on future urban mobility.

The Forum’s Agenda also includes Q&A and wrap-up sessions. Moderator of the 2-day International conference is Marc ter Haar, strategic relationship director at Ernst&Young, the Netherlands.

The full line-up of all the speakers and the complete agenda of the World Cycling Forum 2019 is available now.

https://worldcyclingforum.org/speakers

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