Ana Alcantud

Ana Alcantud is anteverti's Consulting Director for local, European and international projects, leading the teams working with public and private stakeholders – such as the IADB, UN, the European Union or the Provincial Council of Barcelona. Recently, Ana has been validated as a Lead Expert to assess city consortia on integrated urban renovation, environmental issues and sustainable housing in the scope of the European Union URBACT programme. Ana Alcantud is a sociologist, with a Master in Local Governance, Sustainability and Participation (UAB) and certified by the Programme for Directive Development (IESE). She has 25 years of background developing strategies, plans and agendas related to urban sustainability, public policies and citizen engagement as well as an extensive experience in European projects (6FP, 7FP, LIFE and H2020). She has also been collaborating with the Global Taskforce on Sustainable Public Procurement promoted by UN Environment.

A decarbonized recovery against climate emergency: 3 lessons cities have learned during the pandemic

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Consulting Director at anteverti & Expert in Urban Sustainability, Public Policies and Citizen Engagement

During the pandemic, cities found that they could contain the virus while fighting the climate emergency through quick and low-cost solutions. Now, how can we translate these learnings – and the European Green Deal – into zero-carbon cities?

Covid-19 and the future of cities: 5 keys to keep moving towards local sustainability

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Consulting Director at anteverti & Expert in Urban Sustainability, Public Policies and Citizen Engagement

Our analysis | How can cities mitigate the socio-economic impact of Covid-19 while preserving the positive environmental side effects of the quarantine?