seeSUSTAINtec is the only event in Bulgaria that successfully combines the crucial topics Waste Management & Recycling, Energy Efficiency & Renewables and Smart Cities. seeSUSTAINtec aims to bring more innovations into the region and to disseminate environmental knowledge, which will inspire more key industry players for a sustainable change.
Im Webinar werden die Erfahrungen der Stadt Bozen hinsichtlich der Initiativen vorgestellt, die eingeführt wurden, um den Schulweg der GrundschülerInnen sicherer zu machen:
die Schülerlotsen, die den Kindern an Fußgängerübergängen beim sicheren Überqueren helfen, die Pedibus-Initiative und die vorübergehende Schließung einiger Straßen in der Nähe von Schulen, die sogenannten "Schulstraßen".
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.
Experiences of the City of Bolzano regarding the initiatives that have been introduced to make the way to school safer for primary school children will be presented in the webinar:
the Crossing guards who help children at pedestrian crossings to cross safely, the Pedibus initiative and the temporary closure of some streets near schools, the so-called "school streets".
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:
All across Europe, citizens (including those who are not formally recognised as such) are realising they are not alone and are organising their communities. They are creating new online and offline spaces where working together and generating solidarity is what matters. In these spaces culture functions as a language to describe reality, to express feelings and opinions. Culture works to strengthen social ties and helps to imagine alternative ways of living and engaging with others in understanding, trust and peace.
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.