[ZOOM聚會] 可持續發展目標與大流行病規劃:社區規劃對身心靈健康的重要性

Category
OGE
Date
09/06/2020 18:00 - 20:00
Venue
網上講座 Online Talk

可持續發展目標論壇系列
SDG Forum Series

可持續大挑戰:伴疫時代對話錄
Grand Challenges to Sustainability: Dialogues in a Time of Pandemic

第二講 Session 2

可持續發展目標與大流行病規劃:社區規劃對身心靈健康的重要性
Pandemic Planning and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): The Importance of Community Planning for Human Flourishing

講者:伍美琴教授、陳沛賢小姐、侯希文小姐
Speakers: Prof. NG Mee Kam, Miss Crystal CHAN, Miss HAU Hei Man Helen
主持:梁美儀教授(香港中文大學 大學通識教育主任)
Moderator: Prof. LEUNG Mei Yee (Director of University General Education, CUHK)
日期 Date:09 / 06 / 2020 (Tue)
時間 Time: 6 – 8 p.m.

本講將透過 ZOOM 舉行,連結將於收集報名後附上。
The talk will be conducted with ZOOM. Link will be provided later.

粵語主講 In Cantonese

講座簡介 Brief Description

大流行病與空間規劃息息相關,而可持續環境和公平社會正是應付流行病的基石。講者首先以聯合國可持續發展目標為框架,分析預防及應對大流行病時,社會各界(如政府、市民、醫療系統、教育界、市場等)需要採取的措施,從而突顯社區舉足輕重的角色。正因社區對於我們身心靈如此重要,講者亦會透過在社區的實戰經驗,說明社區規劃和發展如何有效達致可持續發展目標,並讓我們去預防和應對未來的大流行病。

Pandemics are closely related to spatial planning. Environmental sustainability and social justice are the most effective means to prevent and combat pandemics. Using United Nation’s SDGs as a framework, this talk will first analyze measures that different sectors (such as government, citizens, medical systems, education, markets, etc.) need to take to prevent and respond to pandemics, highlighting the important role of local communities. As the local community is so important for our multifaceted well-being, concrete experiences in community planning and development will be shared to illustrate its effectiveness in achieving the SDGs, which provides a solid foundation for us to prevent and deal with future pandemics.

講者簡介 About the Speakers

伍美琴教授為香港中文大學地理與資源管理學系副系主任、城市研究課程主任、亞太研究所和未來城市研究所副所長。伍教授是英國社會科學院院士、香港規劃師學會院士、英國皇家規劃會和香港城市設計學會會員。完成的研究共三十多項,著作繁多,曾六度榮獲香港規劃師學會年獎,以及歐洲規劃院校聯合會(AESOP)頒發「2015年最佳論文獎」。伍教授曾參與歐洲聯盟及聯合國的顧問工作。城市研究課程是聯合國人居署全球城市運動夥伴,積極推動二十一世紀城市可持續發展議程。

Mee Kam Ng is Vice-chairman of the Department of Geography and Resource Management, Director of the Urban Studies Programme, Associate Director of the Institute of Future Cities and the Hong Kong Institute of Asian Pacific Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in the United Kingdom, a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute, a fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners and an academic advisor of the Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design. She has completed over 30 research projects and published widely on planning, governance and sustainability issues in Pacific Asia. Her publications have earned her six Hong Kong Institute of Planners’ Awards and the 2015 Association of European Schools of Planning Best Published Paper Award. She has been consultant to the United Nations and the European Union. The Urban Studies Programme is an Associate Member of the World Urban Campaign organized by UN-Habitat to promote the New Urban Agenda.

陳沛賢畢業於香港中文大學地理與資源管理學系及倫敦大學學院巴特萊特規劃學院,現職非牟利慈善團體非常香港推動「非常協作」平台,致力連繫跨界別持分者參與公眾規劃、活用閒置空間的社區營造提案。負責項目包括天水圍「草木鄰居」漁農體驗計劃、川龍攝影教育中心、上環「城皇街社區客廳」,以及近期的南丫島流浪犬領養中心等,部分項目更已獲得政府政策支持,於來年正式推行。陳沛賢加入非常香港前,曾在紐約聯合國人居署工作,回港後加入中文大學未來城市研究所。她亦曾協助不同政府部門統籌規劃可行性研究的公眾諮詢項目。

Crystal Chan graduated from the Department of Geography and Resource Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London. With her vision to empower cross-sectoral collaboration and bottom-up placemaking programmes, Crystal joined Very Hong Kong, a non-profit charitable organization, to launch the “CollaborateHK” platform to facilitate the delivery of community-led vacant site activation projects. Some of her programmes in charge include the Tin Shui Wai “Neighbour-Wood” scheme, Chuen Lung Photography Education Centre, Sheung Wan “Shing Wong Street Community Living Room”, and the recent Lamma Island Dog Rehoming Hub, in which several have successfully secured the government’s policy support for actual implementation. Prior to joining Very Hong Kong, Crystal was affiliated with the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) in New York, then the CUHK Institute of Future Cities as she settled back in Hong Kong. She has assisted various government departments to coordinate public consultation programmes for planning feasibility studies.

侯希文
香港中文大學城市研究課程四年級學生,城市漫遊者,喜歡觀察城市現象和環境 ,畢業論文為研究香港都市農業與社群意識的聯繫。

Hau Hei Man, Helen
A final year student from the Urban Studies Programme, CUHK. A flâneur who loves to observe and study issues in a city. Her Capstone Thesis is on Urban Agriculture and Sense of Community in Hong Kong.

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香港可持續發展解決方案網絡 及 香港中文大學大學通識教育部合辦
Co-organized by SDSN-HK and Office of University General Education, CUHK


可持續發展目標論壇系列
可持續大挑戰:伴疫時代對話錄

2015年9月,聯合國全數193個成員國支持通過《2030年可持續發展議程》,為未來制訂了17 個可持續發展目標(Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs)。議程的願景是消除貧窮和飢餓、應對氣候變化、建立永續社區、發展以人為本的經濟,最終希望人人都享有健康和平的生活,免受歧視和暴力的威脅。在該17個目標下,共包含169項指標,聯合國邀請成員國每年報告可持續發展目標進度,以檢視推動成效。

目前新冠病毒肆虐,危害性命,打擊經濟,震動全球。有人認為,當務之急在於把經濟導回正軌,可持續發展目標變得次要,甚至毫不相關。亦有人認為,儘管疫症重挫消費及工業,遏止旅遊,但正因此短暫促進了可持續發展,其正面意義值得我們深思。

是次網上講座系列以聯合國的可持續發展目標為框架,探索健康不平等的社會因素、城市規劃與社群福祉、氣候變化與食物安全、人工智能的發展和挑戰,以及建立可持續未來的途徑等課題。本系列邀請多位中大學者及其他領域的專家,與大家一起思考:我們正面對甚麼全球挑戰?相關議題如何複雜而相連?作為全球公民的我們有甚麼責任?

SDG Forum Series
Grand Challenges to Sustainability: Dialogues in a Time of Pandemic

In 2015, the world came together around an ambitious vision for a safer, healthier, and more prosperous world. Supported by all 193 member states, the 2030 Agenda of the General Assembly of United Nations (UN) was adopted to articulate 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is a commitment to eradicate poverty, achieve economic prosperity, and bring about environmental sustainability. Under the 17 goals, 169 clear targets are set, and member states are invited to report annually their progress in meeting these targets.

Then the Covid-19 pandemic struck. Loss of lives and economic standstill have shaken the world. For some, meeting the SDGs by 2030 becomes irrelevant, as the most urgent task is to help the economy return to “normal”. Others find that the pandemic has created a positive though short-term impact on sustainability with reduced travelling, consumption and manufacturing. The unfolding of the crises is inviting us to reflect deeply on our way forward.

This online talk series will use SDGs as a framework to explore issues like social determinants of health inequality, urban planning and community wellbeing, climate change and food security, progress and challenges of artificial intelligence, and the various ways to build a sustainable future. With scholars of CUHK and experts from various sectors guiding the way, we may ask: What are the global challenges we face? What complex issues are involved and how are they interrelated? What must we as global citizens do?

 
 

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