Belgrade, Serbia (republic of)
Organiser: IAUS - Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia
RESPAG - 2nd scientific conference Regional Development, Spatial Planning and Strategic Governance
It is our intention to meet renowned guests, keynote speakers, scientists and experts, as well as to exchange new ideas, research results and experiences in the fields of spatial planning, economy, urbanism, and architecture, environmental science, and related fields. We would also like the young researchers, Ph.D. and undergraduate students to visit the Conference and take an active part in the Conference's topics.
A. EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES AND DOCUMENTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON SUSTAINABLE SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT
B. SUSTAINABLE REGIONAL AND SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
C. PAN-EUROPEAN CORRIDORS AND THEIR IMPACT ON SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT
D. SUSTAINABLE SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE CONDITIONS
Ends on: 2013-05-25
EBN Congress 2013
Creativity and innovation are the theme for 2013 EBN Annual Congress
Ends on: 2013-05-31
Organiser: ICLEI local governments for sustainability
Resilient Cities 2013
4th World Congress on Cities and Adaptation to Climate Change
Ends on: 2013-06-02
Smart Cities & Communities Annual Conference
The Smart Cities Annual Conference is a unique event that brings together technology developers, city representatives, high-level financial managers and EU-level policy makers from across the European Union.
The programme of the Annual Conference is very diverse and dynamic: the most innovative companies will explore the technical possibilities that cities can adopt in order to plan and build more sustainable urban areas. From their side, frontrunner European cities in the field of sustainability will feed the debate with their inspiring and successful experience
Ends on: 2013-06-06
Organiser: RESET / TURAS
Contact: Blanche Cameron
Green Infrastructure for Ecosystem Services in the Built Environment
This interdisciplinary masterclass will explore issues facing Dublin of surface water management, urban heat island, and the quality of air, water and biodiversity. The workshop will provide an in-depth introduction to Green Infrastructure and the ecosystem services approach, in the light of changes in local planning and environment policy and opportunities to take an ecosystem services approach to the design, planing, implementation, retrofit and maintenance of Dublin. Participants will also work in groups to produce a practical design, applying an ecosystem services approach to the development of a local site in Dublin, to develop a practical understanding of the principles involved. This workshop aims to share expertise amongst local Dublin practitioners and designers, planners, ecologists and policy makers, local authorities, housing providers and community representatives, contractors and green space managers.
Ends on: 2013-06-11
Skiathos island, Greece
Contact: Maria Makropoulou
International Conference on “Changing Cities”: Spatial, morphological, formal & socio-economic dimensions
The main conference goal is to present and appoint issues related to “Metropolitan cities in transformation”, regarding to: Urban Design in Planning, Architectural Design & New Technologies, Sustainable Urban Planning & Development, Urban Cultures & Public Open Spaces, Urban Landscapes, Landscape Planning & Design, Historical Centers & Built Heritage Management, Transportation Planning and Policy in cities, Urban Planning Laws, Real Estate & Property Rights, Environmental Urban Planning, Green Architecture & Urban Design, Urban Economic Development, Place Marketing & City Branding, Shrinking cities, Divided cities, Migration, multinational and multicultural societies & Urban Planning.
Ends on: 2013-06-21
Organiser: UCD School of geography, Planning and Environmental Policy
Contact: + 353 1 4974866
Joint AESOP/ACSP Congress
We cordially invite you to Dublin, one of the most exciting and dynamic European cities, and to the wonderful island of Ireland - the place of Celtic Tiger and Celtic Resilience. Come to hear and debate the latest in planning and policy research and practice, visit sites of planning action and inaction (including new town development, urban cultural and waterfront regeneration, edge city development, post recession urbanscapes, social housing renewal, heritage preservation, transport planning and and city bike scheme, capital projects) and enjoy the Irish hospitality, beautiful landscapes and culture.
Ends on: 2013-07-19
Exeter, United kingdom
Organiser: Centre for Water Systems, University of Exeter
The International Conference on Flood Resilience – Experiences in Asia and Europe
The International Conference on Flood Resilience – Experiences in Asia and Europe is organised by the Centre for Water Systems, University of Exeter. It will be held in Exeter, United Kingdom, 5-7 September 2013. The aim of this event is to gather professionals to present and discuss the latest research advances and practices in the development and implementation of resilience measures and flood management plans. The focus on cities in Asia and Europe is motivated by the approach applied within the EU-funded FP7 project CORFU that investigates differences in flooding problems and solutions in a number of case studies in these two continents. The wider objective is to enable the broadening of horizons and better joining of people, ideas and methodologies. ICFR 2013 welcomes submissions from all technical and non-technical areas with relevance to flood resilience.
Ends on: 2013-09-07
ECOCITY World Summit
Under the heading "the city as a vital area of work to grapple with the global sustainability issues", the Conference will serve as a platform to accelerate change at a global level in partnership with the United Nations. It will be followed by the Summit of the Mexico City Pact Signatories on Saturday 28 September. The two events are very complementary. ECOCITY will take shape over the 3 days with the Summit and the Exhibition designed as «the ideal place to showcase solutions for sustainable cities» and innovation.
A new approach, around the collaborative platform to be introduced at the beginning of 2013, will make it possible for all the contributors to co-build the programme.
Ends on: 2013-09-27
Resilience 2014: Resilience and Development - mobilizing for transformation
The focus of the conference is Resilience and Development: mobilizing for
transformation. The most influential scholars in the field of
social-ecological systems (SES) research will present cutting-edge findings
on resilience, adaptation, transformation and development of SES, and
representatives of major development agencies, NGOs and the business sector
will present their own perspectives on such research to address development
issues. With the aim to explore and reinforce the multiple links between
resilience thinking and development issues, Resilience 2014 will create an
arena for exchange and discussions, articulating different concepts and
practices used in these fields. Several associated events, such as training
courses and workshops, will be organized alongside the main conference.
Ends on: 2014-05-08