Michael Häupl

Michael Häupl

Michael Häupl Mayor and Governor of Vienna Introduction to the Knowledge City World Summit and Knowledge for Development Summit in October 2016 in Vienna At present, Europe is undergoing a change comparable in extent with the industrial revolution. This also applies...
Johanna Hartmann

Johanna Hartmann

Johanna Hartmann Project Manager Knowledge Mangement and Energy Access Today one in five people worldwide lack access to electricity, while every third person cooks on unhealthy fireplaces. First-hand knowledge on modern and sustainable energy solutions often only...
Cees Hamelink

Cees Hamelink

Cees Hamelink  Emeritus Professor, Communication Science, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands There are many challenges to the creation of knowledge, both for science and society. The challenges to science include that, historically, universities have assisted...
Ariel Halpern

Ariel Halpern

Ariel Halpern Vice-President, PROCASUR Corporation In the near future, our societies will value local communities as knowledge holders. We will learn that problems are global but effective solutions start from the bottom. Because people’s knowledge reflects on the...
Leah de Haan

Leah de Haan

Leah de Haan  Editorial Assistant, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, UK Local knowledge, and especially the complex and multiple ways it interacts with all our other knowledges, is key to how we comprehend the world. The tumultuous political...