The 4th edition of Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions (SSPCR 2022) will focus on the challenges that cities and regions are called to face in the next decade: ensuring a sustainable future and better quality of life. The conference will focus on solutions to turn urban areas into greener and more digital places, resilient to the threats of pandemics and climate change.
The World Conference on Climate Change & Sustainability (Climate Week 2022) with theme of Advancing the Global efforts on Climate Transparency will address multidimensional aspects of climate change and present viable solutions. The conference will bring together a range of key actors from institutions, governments, cities and communities, the private sector, and civil society, including young minds, from all over the world, to make the world more climate-resilient.
This event, consisting of a final showcase of RUGGEDISED project work and the Recharge Earth Energy Transition Conference, is of interest for anyone working towards a clean urban energy transition. The event will present the smart city lessons from the RUGGEDISED project, where the cities of Rotterdam, Glasgow, Umeå, Parma, Brno and Gdansk have worked with researchers and private industry on pushing urban transition through smart city developments and methods. Four RUGGEDISED cities, Rotterdam, Umeå, Glasgow and Parma, have been selected by the European Commission to join the EU Cities Mission. More information on the event website.
Greencities is the reference meeting for all the agents involved in the construction of smart and sustainable cities in Spain with international stakeholders and visitors.
Urban Transitions 2022 - Integrating urban and transport planning, environment and health for healthier urban living aims to promote healthy urban development by bringing together different disciplines working within cities. The event will gather world leading experts on urban and transport planning, architecture, environmental exposure assessment, environmental epidemiology, physical activity, climate change, and public health and governance.