1/2/2022 - Bikeable City Masterclass – New dates
1/2/2022 - UNEA5.2 - Cities and Regions Summit
27/1/2022 - 'Inclusive Smart Cities' online conference
26/1/2022 - Registration Open for World Urban Forum 11
26/1/2022 - Ecomotion week - save the date
25/1/2022 - Migration and the City. Register today
24/1/2022 - ISOCARP Congress recap
20/1/2022 - Save the Date - Cities Alive
18/1/2022 - CES 2022 - Mobility key takeways
17/1/2022 - Save the Date - ISOCARP Congress 2022
17/1/2022 - Webinar: Cities for Life
10/1/2022 - Kartepe Summit and Urban Fair
Do you need knowledge and concrete tools on how to promote cycling or improve conditions for cyclists in your country or city? Join our next Bikeable City Masterclass in Copenhagen May 16-20, 2022 and learn cycle promotion the Danish way.
28 February - 03 March 2022. Nairobi (Kenya)
The resumed Fifth Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-5) takes place online and in Nairobi on 28 February – 2 March 2022.
More than 193 representatives from UN member states, business, civil society and other stakeholders will meet to agree on policies to address the world's most pressing environmental challenges.
The overarching theme of UNEA-5 is "Strengthening action for nature to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals."
This theme highlights the fundamental role nature plays in our lives and in sustainable social, economic and environmental development.
On February 16 at 10am PT, Meeting of the Minds will convene a free, live webinar featuring Chris Zegras, Professor, Mobility and Urban Planning; Head, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT.
07 Feb. 2022 08 Feb. 2022
While scholars, policymakers, and practitioners worldwide were looking for an answer to what our cities need right now, a new coronavirus crisis has quickly spread over the world's cities altering city life almost beyond recognition; not only for being a health crisis but also for having a fundamentally different impact on society, economies, and cities.
Webinar: Thursday 3 February 2022 11.00 - 12.00 CET
This FREE webinar is organised as the fourth event of the AET Transport and Mobility Forum (previously AET Covid-19 Conversations) and will be chaired by Thierry Vanelslander, Professor in the Department of Transport and Regional Economics at the University of Antwerp and Chair of the European Transport Conference Freight and Logistics Programme Committee.
Wednesday 02 February 2022, 09:00 to 17:00 Strasbourg, France
Since the launch of the UN-Habitat flagship program, the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and the Greater East Region, together with Fnau (French network of urban planning agencies) and their partners, have been preparing the French contribution on “People-centered smart cities”, of which this conference is a part. The French contribution is a part of the EU's commitment to the digital transformation of Europe by 2030.
The Strasbourg conference on 2 February 2022 is an opportunity for high-level French, European and international actors to debate the challenges of new practices, inclusion, sobriety and governance.
The World Urban Forum (WUF) is the premier global conference on sustainable urbanization. WUF11 will be held in the Polish city of Katowice from 26-30 June 2022
Registration is now open and will close 22 June
EcoMotion the global smart mobility community bringing people together with many opportunities for knowledge sharing, networking and countless interactions on the frontier of innovative technologies in smart mobility
May 9-12, 2022
AIPH, the world’s champion for the power of plants, proudly presents the AIPH World Green City Awards, an ongoing competition, with entries open every two years. Entries are open until 14th March 2022 for the inaugural edition.
Join the CERC in Migration and Integration program for its 3rd annual international conference 15-17 February, 2022
Join us for a three-day conference to investigate the relationship between migration and the city in the 21st century. Panelists from different world regions will share insights on the complexity of urban diversity and governance, the role of grassroots advocates and diasporas in migration, and the capacity of small communities, suburban edges and border cities to receive migrant populations.
The conference will be held as a virtual event. Register to receive information on how you can participate.
The 2022 IWA International Conference for Water Safety Planning (IWA – WSP conference) will bring together leading international experts from academia, industry, government, policymakers/authorities and other organizations to actively exchange, share, and challenge state-of-the-art research on water safety planning (WSP) that could contribute practical knowledge in the implementation of WSP to the key stakeholders involved in providing safe drinking water. Early bird registrations are now open until 15 February.
The Congress Recap is now available! This publication presents the full report of the 57th World Planning Congress and a selection of its best papers. It includes the closing reflections of the Congress General Rapporteurs and Local Organising Committee and the complete programme of the events from October 28 to November 11, 2021
The Greater & Greener biennial conference explores how urban parks can be designed, developed, programmed, funded, and sustained to meet the challenges facing 21st-century cities. The COVID-19 pandemic has elevated a national dialogue on the essential role of parks in our cities, and Greater & Greener will continue to lead this conversation by bringing together experts to share lessons, network across sectors, and engage together. Join us for our in-person conference in Philadelphia in June of 2022, with weekend tours, mobile workshops, and breakout sessions.
CitiesAlive® is back in 2022 and is going to be bigger and better than ever! Our last two conferences have taken place virtually, but we are excited to announce that our next conference will take place in person! This multidisciplinary conference will be hosted in Philadelphia, where we will be highlighting innovative green roof designs, groundbreaking policies, and the best products and services in the green infrastructure industry, specifically focusing on green roofs and walls.
Given the current COVID-19 situation, the organizational committee has decided that the SBE conference has been postponed; from April 2022 to 11–13 October, 2022.
In 2022, we will assess the role of cities, towns and suburbs in meeting the daunting challenges ahead, and in responding to a “new urban agenda” as called for by an international agreement of all 193 member states of the United Nations. We will critically examine the current state of urban policy and practice, its theories and assumptions. We will focus in particular on the central role of public space and its edges, and the need for new insights, new tools and strategies, as a key to improving the capacity of settlements to promote human flourishing and sustainable human development.
Thursday, February 3 at 1:00 p.m.; EST
Moving beyond complete streets to complete networks – entire networks of continuous and connected facilities for transit, bike, auto, freight, and pedestrians – involves conducting a larger review of networks for each mode.
Join the Maryland Department of Planning and Smart Growth Network as planners from the Michigan Department of Transportation and Southeast Michigan Council of Governments share a set of tools they have built to evolve the state of the practice for complete streets planning and design.
For some people, sustainable e-mobility is just a trend, but for others, it’s now a fundamental movement that has been underway for several years.
The 2022 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which took place from January 5 to 7 in Las Vegas, demonstrated that many players are interested in this sector with more and more vehicles powered by electricity.
We are thrilled and proud to announce that the Brussels-Capital Region is the host city for the 58th ISOCARP World Planning Congress. Next year's Congress will be celebrated in Brussels, Belgium, on October 3-7 on the theme "From Wealthy to Healthy Cities". The most cosmopolitan city in Europe and the second-most in the world will be the urban stage for technical tours, plenary sessions, workshops, walkshops and networking events.
Wednesday, January 26 at 1:00 p.m. EST
Join the Smart Growth Network as Jason Corburn, professor of urban planning and public health at UC Berkeley, draws from a decade of work with communities in California, Kenya, and Columbia, to share ideas on how to help communities heal from trauma—from gun violence, housing, food insecurity, and poverty, and rebuild their social institutions, practices, and policies to be more focused on public health.
24 Mar. 2022 27 Mar. 2022
The Summit will bring representatives of international bodies and experts from all over the world together in panels, case critique sessions, academic sessions, and other activities.
An urban fair will also be organized simultaneously with the Summit. The main theme of the 2022 Kartepe Summit and Urban Fair is "Resilient Cities and the Transformation of the City". As it is well known, many factors such as natural disasters, epidemics, earthquakes, water crises and climate change threaten our cities. With the necessity of producing solutions to these threats and the need to disseminate good practices, how to build resilient cities against these crises will be discussed in the Summit.
Deadline for Abstracts: 07 February 2022
With 1 month to go before the deadline for Abstract Submissions, don't miss your opportunity to present at the European Transport Conference in 2022. This will be the 50th ETC and the conference will be held at the Bovisa Campus of the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, from 7 to 9 September.
The European Transport Conference (ETC) attracts papers that address themes of relevance to the transport agenda in Europe and worldwide. The Conference provides a great opportunity for all delegates to network and form career-spanning professional relationships.
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