First International Conference On Sustainability:

Keynote Speakers

Mohammed Safiuddin

Research Professor, Emeritus, Electrical Engineering Department, University at Buffalo.

Ahmad Abdel-Hamid

Professor of Structural Engineering and Director of the Masonry Research Lab Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.

Ashraf Salama

Professor of Architecture and Head of the Department of Architecture at the University of Strathclyde

Galal Abada

Associate Professor of Architecture and Design, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Advisor, Madinah Development Authority MDA, Madinah, Saudi Arabia

Ferdinando Trapani

Associate professor in Urban Planning, Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy

Rob Roggema

Professor of Sustainable Urban Environments in the UTS School of Architecture.

Ahmed O. El-kholei

Professor – Natural Resources, Arabian Gulf University

Ahmed Faheem Zobaa

Professor at Brunel University London, Institute of Energy Futures, Smart Power Networks Theme, Dept of Electronic & Computer Engineering

Francesco Molinari

External Expert & Communication Manager In many organizations & Systems Engineering Standards Committee

Sha Zukang

a Chinese diplomat who was head of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs & The Chinese ambassador to the UN Office at Geneva Previously.

Jong-Soo Yoon

The former head of the UN Office for Sustainable Development, under the auspices of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs.

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Headed by the China Association for Science and Technology, the China Sustainable Urban Development and Community Institute of CAPC (hereinafter referred to as SUC Institute) is filed for record at the Ministry of Civil Affairs of China. It is an NPO affiliated to the China Association for Promoting International Economic& Technical Cooperation. It was established respectively in Hong Kong China in December 2015 and officially established in Beijing China in March 2018. SUC Institute will focus on providing technical support and capacity building for SUC pilots; continuous preparation and upgrading of SUC Guidelines; consultation, training, monitoring and certification services for sustainable cities and communities; partnership platform for China and other developing countries. We are committed to becoming an international green think tank on sustainable development of cities and communities as well as to promoting the realization of SDGs at civil and local levels in China and developing countries by the year 2030.


“The International Sustainable Challenge for Liveable Communities/the SusCom Challenge” is an international forum and a platform for exchange, aiming to identify best practices of local environment management and share practices of cities and communities in building livable cities and promoting sustainable development. The goal of the SusCom Challenge is advancing implementation of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the New Urban Agenda in cities and communities around the world, with the further objective of improving the quality of life of individual citizens.



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