Arnaud Heckmann is a principal urban development specialist at the Asian Development Bank’s East Asia Department. He designs, process, and administers integrated economic and urban development projects and technical assistances, that promote inclusive and green livable cities, climate change adaptation and mitigation, environmental sustainability, and green urban-rural development. He holds a master’s degree in comparative development research from EHESS (Paris School of High Study in Social Science), a master’s degree in human geography from Toulouse university, and a diploma in Chinese language and culture from Paris University.
Principal Urban Development Specialist
Profile / Bio:
|Scene Setting: Green Buildings and Eco-Districts Financing and Implementation Mechanisms||20 June 2019||Slides||Energy, Urban Development, Private Sector|
|Ulaanbaatar Ger Area Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Community Enhancement Project PFS||08 March 2017||Slides||Urban Development|
|Public Management and Finance (East Asia)||12 March 2014||Slides||Finance, Governance and Public Sector Management|
|Water and Municipal Infrastructure (East Asia)||12 March 2014||Slides||Urban Development, Water|
|Integrated Urban Planning Approach by ADB's East Asia Department||12 December 2013||Slides||Urban Development|