ECO URBAN SPOTLIGHT
ECO URBAN EVENTS
Changing Cities: Resilience and Transformations
Changing Cities: Resilience and Transformations will be hosted by the University of Melbourne, Western Sydney University, and the City of Melbourne. The 2017 Summit will bring together a diverse mix of researchers, policy-makers and citizens with a common focus on identifying and creating pathways to more sustainable, resilient and equitable cities.
12 (Wednesday) - 14 (Friday)
MELBOURNE CONVENTION AND EXHIBITION CENTRE
1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf VIC 3006 Australia
The 2017 Safe Cities Conference
The 2017 Safe Cities Conference is being held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane on Wednesday 12 July. Focusing on community and public safety, the conference, now in its third year, provides knowledge that will assist delegates to improve community safety and resilience through urban design, crime prevention measures, social investment and digital intelligence. Safe Cities encompasses security, safety and quality of life for those who live, work, visit, study or play in any physical environment within our urban communities.
Following the release of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals to transform our world and in particular Goal 11 “make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable” the one day Safe Cities Conference will follow the two day Liveable Cities Conference. The three day feature program provides the opportunity to attend either the Safe Cities Conference on Wednesday 12 July OR Liveable Cities Conference on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 July OR BOTH conferences together.
All Day (Wednesday)
18 (Tuesday) - 21 (Friday)
ECOURBANHUB SEEKING FOR SUSTAINABLE CITIES
Sustainable urban development: Ecological, economical & socially acceptable eco cities
The long-running urbanization and worldwide urban growth are emerging as a huge challenge for urban sustainability. Cutting edge urban strategies, innovative solutions & projects regarding Green Building, Cycling, Eco Mobility, Energy, Waste, Urban Drones, GIS, and more are needed urgently.
Seeking for sustainable cities requires a hub to bundle and network expertise, latest innovations and news, people, institutions, and more.
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