29, 30 September-1,2 & 3 October 2013

 Athina, Greece

Echo & Polis
SDMed organises a major festival event in September-October, 2013, in Athens, entitled EchoPolis- Days of Sound : “Sounds, Noise and Music in re-thinking sustainable city and the eco-neighborhoods”. The “EchoPolis-Days of Sound”Event, being the first edition of a series of events to be held in cities all over the Mediterranean and the Balkans will focus on the objective "Re-inventing emotions in the City" and to the consideration of environmental sounds as a 'resource' rather than a 'waste'.

Honorary committee

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Κyriakos MITSOTAKIS is Minister of Administrative Reform and Electronic Governance.

Member of Hellenic Parliament, New Democracy.Until June 2012 Kyriakos was the shadow minister for the environment and climate change for New Democracy.  Between 2007 and 2009 he served as the Chairman of the Environment Committee of the Hellenic Parliament.  Under Kyriakos’ leadership, the Committee became a focal point for environmental policy by tackling complex issues ranging from adaptation to climate change to forest policy and waste management.  Kyriakos is widely acknowledged as the foremost expert within New Democracy on environmental and energy issues and has represented his party to the Bali, Potsdam, Copenhagen, and Cancun UN climate change conferences.

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Grigoris TSALTAS
Professor, Department of International and European Studies, Rector of Panteion University of Social and Poltical Sciences of Athens, ex.Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Change.
Professor, Department of Geography and Planning, University Paris I-Pantheon-Sorbonne, President of SDMed International Association Academic Council. Prof.Prevelakis is currently Great Representative of Greece to the OECD (from June 2013)
François HADA                                                                                          
Born from a Japanese father and a French mother, I grew up in a multicultural environment. When I was young, I wanted to be architect, to imagine and organize the city of the future. I studied Economics, worked with Jacques Delors and have been working for Jean-Marc Ayrault since 2008. In other words, I have eventually switched from Economics to Politics, another way to be an architect.

Dominique BIDOU

Ingénieur Civil des Mines, Expert démographe, membre associé de l’Académie d’architecture, ancien Directeur au Ministère de l’Environnement, membre du Conseil Général des Ponts-et-Chaussées au Ministère de l’Équipement et Président de l’Association HQE (Haute Qualité Environnementale, 1996-2006), Dominique Bidou préside actuellement le Centre d’Information et de Documentation sur le Bruit (CIDB) et le Comité d’application de la marque HQE aménagement. Auteur de nombreux ouvrages sur le develoopement durable, parmi eux : "Le développement durable, l'intelligence du XXIe siècle", Editions PC, décembre 2011 et "Le maire et son écoquartier" (Victoires Editions, février 2013).Dominique Bidou est aussi membre du Conseil National du Bruit.  




Antonia Moropoulou                                                                                 Antonia Moropoulou is currently the Vice Rector of Academic Affairs of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). She is a Chemical Engineer, Dr., and Professor at the National Technical University of Athens, School of Chemical Engineering, Section of Materials Science and Engineering. She has been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of Antwerp (UIA), Rome (Univ. Sapienza), Venice (UIAV) and Princeton (PU). She is the Studies' Director of the NTUA Inter-Departmental Graduate Program for the "Protection of Monuments" - Direction "Materials and Conservation Interventions" and is the Head of Laboratory of Materials Science and Engineering in the NTUA School of Chemical Engineering.

Leonidas Koskos is an attorney-at-law, admitted to Athens Bar in 1970.      He has served as the Executive Vice President, Deputy Chairman and President of various Greek industries. He was the Chairman and Governor of National Welfare Organization, Chairman, President of the Confederation of Greek food Industries, President of the CIAA and the Confederation of Agro-food Industries of the European Union and member of Board of Directors of Hellenic Federation of Enterprises. He co-founded the National Council for Free Enterprise Greece where he served as President from 1987-1989. He has instructed Philosophy of Law and Jurisprudence at the University of Athens Law School and gave lectures at the Economic University of Athens, at Chambers of Commerce and at conferences in Greece and abroad. He was appointed Executive Director of the Hellenic American Union in 1995, Executive vice President of the Hellenic American University in 2004 and President in 2012.  







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