19/1/2021 - Top 3 Daring Cities 2020 outcomes
19/1/2021 - UITP Global Public Transport Summit
18/1/2021 - Walk 21 Seoul Virtual event
14/1/2021 - ECOMM 2021 - Call for Presentations closing
14/1/2021 - Venice City Solutions 2030 Highlights
12/1/2021 - ETC 2021: Call for Contributions
11/1/2021 - What is the Regions in Recovery Festival?
11/1/2021 - Join Next City for the Future of Monumentality
When ICLEI and our partners in the Federal City of Bonn and the German government began formulating a way to build on the 10-year legacy of the Resilient Cities Congress series, we were conceiving an event that could speak to, and serve, the decade before us – humanity’s best chance of preserving a livable future for its inhabitants.
Such an undertaking called for more than just careful branding. The name needed to encapsulate the progress made by cities over the past decade to build climate resilience but, more importantly, the caliber of action happening on the ground to secure a low-emission, resilient future for their residents.
14-17 September 2021. Melbourne (Australia)
UITP Global Public Transport Summit, the defining event in public transport is moving from 6-9 June 2021 to 14-17 December 2021 at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre.
Because of the current global coronavirus pandemic, it is ensured that this event will be held ensuring the comfort, health and safety of all participants as a priority.
Walk21 Seoul is excited to announce our main themes! We will share how investment in better walking is delivering on national and city priorities; the role of urban regeneration and design to encourage and support walking; and discuss the walkable city of the future in three themes with ten sub-theme topic areas.
More than ever, the goal of achieving sustainable transport modes putting users first and providing them with more affordable, accessible, healthier, and cleaner alternatives to their current mobility habits and patterns. Automated and connected multimodal mobility must play an increasing role, together with smart traffic management systems offered by digitalization. On the other hand, it is crucial to think and plan the cities, in order to ensure the essential services and proximity functions, equipment, and identity, while simultaneously creating spaces that are adjustable and flexible to support fast changes.
How to ensure affordability, accessibility and safety for all? Which strategies must be employed to reduce the need to travel? How to implement mobility hubs to induce co-mobility and shared mobility, integrating several modes of transport as well as creating urban spaces and greener environments? How to afford Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems?
Considering the necessary deep changes in economy, society, policy, environment and technology, our future depends on the lessons we will learn from the moment we are living today and ECOMM 2021 wants to actively encourage the discussion and exchange on the Beginning of a New Era at European level.
The Municipality of Cascais, together with EPOMM, proudly announces the opening of the Call for Presentations for the 24th European Conference on Mobility Management – ECOMM 2021, which will take place in Cascais, Portugal, from the 16th to the 18th of June 2021.
The deadline for submission is: Friday, 15 January 2021, at 23:59 CET
Now in its third edition, Venice City Solutions 2030 was held this year on 26-27 November. The event, co-organised by United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) and its Italian section AICCRE, the UNDP, UN-Habitat and the UN SDG Action Campaign, aimed to make advances towards the local implementation of the SDGs. Insights from metropolises around the world were shared during the two-day meeting. This 2020, the event shed light on how the 2030 Agenda can be a long-term planning instrument for cities and how the SDGs play a key role in assessing, analysing and creating a future vision for territories.
Due to the evolution of the sanitary crisis and in a context where the ability to travel is still unclear, we have decided to postpone our international Security, Democracy & Cities conference, which was scheduled for May 2021. In order to welcome you in the best conditions, ensure a full European participation and guarantee this event's international dimension, we invite you to join us on 20, 21 and 22 October 2021 in Nice (France).
The Euroheat & Power Congress focuses on topics related to District Energy. The congress provides a unique forum for discussing and enhancing knowledge on major issues of importance for European and Global District Energy sectors. It provides a unique platform for high-quality exchange on implementation challenges and best practices; including both technical and business approaches. Leading experts from industry, national authorities, international and national associations, and private sector share practical insights and recommendations on operations, research, legal, economic, technological developments and of course policy instruments which in turn allow for adequate preparedness in facing the upcoming challenges.
Deadline for Abstracts: 05 February 2021
The Association for European Transport announces the start of the preparations for the 2021 European Transport Conference (ETC). The format will be different: the plan is for an online conference with two sessions each day and spread over a longer period. The international situation will be monitored closely to gauge whether it may also be possible to hold some aspects of the conference in person.
On January 18, 2020 at 10am PST, Meeting of the Minds will convene a free, live webinar featuring Ainara Fernández Tortosa of UCLG and Philipp Rode of LSE Cities.
It is a research-led celebration of thinking about our regions and cities in a time of great crisis and change. The word Festival illustrates that the event takes place over several weeks, accommodating the work of many researchers and policymakers along with an optional social and well-being programme. The collective goal is to bring together an inclusive community to share research thoughts and to network.
The Festival will address themes related to the re-emergence of regions and cities from the pandemic. It includes longer standing challenges to society of climate change, geopolitical manoeuvrings, the rise of populism, the financial implications of these shifts, migration crises, new challenges to the survival of pandemic struck firms and city centres and much more.
We are excited to announce our next event series, “The Future of Monumentality,” presented in partnership with the High Line. This speaker series features a discussion at the unique intersection of art, design, and urbanism.
This series of two panels, moderated by New York Times critic Salamishah Tillet, will be held on January 27 and 28, from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. ET daily. You can purchase a single ticket to both events now for an early bird price of $15, ending on January 13 when the event opens for pay-what-you-wish registration as we release the complete lineup of speakers.
Mark your Calendar: Autonomy Digital 2.0 is 19 - 20 May 2021
With over 4 000 delegates from 92 countries, policymakers from more than 150 cities around the world, 120 exhibitors and partners from across the mobility ecosytem and 80 packed conferences featuring over 200 speakers, Autonomy Digital 2020 was a resounding success. Now the world's largest digital international urban mobility event is back from 19 - 20 May 2021.
Don't miss out, more information on registration coming soon!
After much consideration of the practicality and safety of international travel at the time of the conference, we have decided that ICSW 2021 will be entirely virtual.
The 36th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management will be held on March 14-16, 2021.
Full virtual conference including presentations, exhibits, education and networking.
Our goal is to provide, on a virtual platform, the same excellent opportunities to learn and participate that ICSW has provided for 4 decades.
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