The CEMR2020 congress brings together the whole SDG family in one place: mayors, local and regional leaders from across Europe, as well as other passionate people who drive change towards a more sustainable future in every city, town and region. Mayors, local and regional leaders, national governments, scholars, representatives from EU institutions and civil society: over 1000 participants are expected in Innsbruck.
URBIS SMART CITY FAIR brings a smart combination of a trade fair and an exclusive conference programme, where leaders in the field of Smart City will be introduced. In the course of two days dozens of representatives of Central European cities and municipalities and leaders in innovations will meet with one goal – to share experience, ideas and examples of specific solutions, how to correctly develop a Smart City concept in cities. So that all citizens could live better in them.
More info: https://www.bvv.cz/en/urbis/
BY THE YEAR 2020, it’s estimated that 4.3 billion people will live in cities. This will have a profound effect on urban development, all over the world, and we have the responsibility to address the sustainability-related challenges with a global view and many different, local perspectives. Planning the cities and communities we hope to live in is the core of this exciting journey, towards a vibrant and dynamic future in which the fate of humanity is in the balance.
At a time when an increasing share of the global population is living in urban areas, there is a need to re-examine the role(s), which cities take in coping with today’s challenges and contradictions.
CPUD '20 / V. International City Planning and Urban Design Conference will be held at Nippon Meeting Halls in Istanbul. The conference is coordinated by DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center) and will be organized by BILSAS (Science, Art, Sport Productions).
The 2nd International Conference on Landscape Ecology and Urban Sustainability (LEUS 2020) will be held at Wuhan, China on May 16-17, 2020. Landscape Ecology and Urban Sustainability is the theme of the present time, and must be achieved on local, regional, national and global scales for the sustainable landscape and urban.
City leaders need new ways of thinking about planning, designing & building our cities - putting the citizen & liveability at the heart of all future projects, developments & transformations. Every city or municipality is different, with different challenges and a different culture - for cities to become really smart they must embrace their unique context.
Technology is an enabler, not the solution, the people must come first.
EE & RE, Smart Cities and Save the Planet are now merged under a the new brand seeSUSTAINtec – an exhibition and forum on sustainable technologies for South-East Europe.
As part of seeSUSTAINtec (exhibition and forum on sustainable technologies), the section “Smart Cities” is inform on the theme of new urban planning technologies and to present the most significant innovations that are entering our homes and the urban environment.
25th International Conference on Urban Planning and Regional Development in the Information Society.
Currently different trends can be seen in urban development around the globe, but there are some common things:
Every three years, the Institute of Chartered Foresters partners with academic institutions and chartered institutes to host an international cross-discipline conference on urban greenspace.
The conference – Trees, People and the Built Environment (TPBE) – provides a platform for the UK and international researchers and practitioners to showcase work in these areas and helps both built and natural environment professionals turn this research into action on the ground.