Date Title City
22.03.17 - 24.03.17 Bolzano
04.04.17 - 05.04.17 Plzeň
04.04.17 - 07.04.17 Orvieto
19.04.17 - 22.04.17 Lausanne
19.05.17 - 21.05.17 Prague
31.05.17 - 30.06.17 Belgrade
12.06.17 - 14.06.17 Barcelona
27.06.17 - 29.06.17 Paris
30.06.17 Paris
03.10.17 - 06.10.17 Inverness

coming events

Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions

March
Wednesday
22
2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “SMART AND SUSTAINABLE PLANNING FOR CITIES AND REGIONS – SSPCR 2017” MAIN THEME This second edition of “Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions” – SSPCR 2017 – faces the challenge of inspiring the transition of urban areas towards smarter and more sustainable places to live. Towards this aim, planners and stakeholders are called to take over – in a multidimensional perspective – both the urgent issues related to climate change and energy efficiency, and the new potential changes introduced by cities’ digitalization and the integration of ICT in infrastructures, mobility, and social interactions.
In this scenario, planning requires a global overview and understanding of the past and current state of cities as well as a holistic approach in redirecting their future...
25 days ahead
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Smart and Healthy Transport in cities

April
Tuesday
04
Topics: Mobility as a Service (MAAS) Sociology – Behavioural models and “habits” of individual target groups Business model for MAAS Innovative models for financing integrated public transport systems Financing from Regional Operational Programmes Cooperation among municipalities, transportation companies and suppliers MAAS from the perspective of European strategies and regulation(with the objective of interconnecting reservation systems, ticket vending systems, ticket issuing systems and other areas) Public transportation as the backbone of MAAS Innovative MAAS components (such as bike sharing, electromobility, car sharing, taxis...) Projects – Positive and negative experiences MAAS promotion and marketing Sustainable Mobility What is “clean mobility”? (EURO 6 vs. natural gas vs....
38 days ahead
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Green Infrastructure: Nature Based Solutions for Sustainable and Resilient Cities

April
Tuesday
04
Conference “Green Infrastructure: Nature Based Solutions for Sustainable and Resilient Cities” APR420174 daysApril 4, 2017 — April 7, 2017 Conference “Green Infrastructure: Nature Based Solutions for Sustainable and Resilient Cities” will take place  in Orvieto from 4 to 7 April 2017. This large Conference will be not only the final Conference of GreenInUrbs (www.greeninurbs.com) but will be also a strategic event for the H2020 priority topic of the Nature Based Solutions and will bring together different communities besides to the GreenInUrbs one, including that of scientists and academics, practitioners, policy makers/administrators, industries. Top-level Keynote Speakers,  awards for best posters and presentations, a wide range of topics distributed in 12 sessions, a Special Issue of Urban Forestry & Urban Greening,...
38 days ahead
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Land Administration and Land Management in the Information Age

April
Wednesday
19
WPLA/CLRKEN - Joint Workshop Land Administration and Land Management in the Information Age     The „Working Party on Land Administration“ (WPLA), as part of UNECE, and "Cadastre and Land Registry Knowledge Exchange Network" (CLRKEN) from EuroGeographics are pleased to organize a Joint Workshop on Friday, 21 April 2017 at the SwissTech Convention Center in Lausanne. The workshop will be embedded in the 100 years celebration of IGS, the Swiss association of private land surveyors, which organizes the international V Conference of the European Surveyor with the Council of European Geodetic Surveyors (CLGE) on Thursday, 20 April 2017. The participants from WPLA and CLRKEN are invited to also join this conference and the related Networking lunch and dinner. "Save the Date" letter Invitation...
53 days ahead
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Crossing borders - European Association for Heritage Interpretation

May
Friday
19
Crossing borders: Our Spring Event in Prague Would you like to discover the medieval centre of Prague with its cobblestone lanes, cathedrals, towers and bridges? From 19-21 May, SIMID, the Czech Association for Heritage Interpretation, will organise Interpret Europe's Spring Event 2017.  In order to increase the quality of our work we are striving to cross the borders that divide us. Where could this better be done than at one of the most inspiring historical hubs of Europe? The event will include study visits to the Historic Centre of Prague World Heritage Site. It will also encompass three keynote addresses as well as many workshops and presentations in parallel sessions. Our venue, Toulcův dvůr, is a historic farm estate turned into a modern eco centre; a natural oasis in the Czech capital. Please have a look...
83 days ahead
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7th Landscape Architecture Exhibition

May
Wednesday
31
SALA - is organising 7th Landscape Architecture Exhibition from 31 May to 30 June 2017.

The exhibition is aimed at all professionals (individuals, groups or offices) engaged in the field of landscape architecture and Students (individuals or groups from faculties dealing with landscape architecture topics). There are several categories: Landscape architectural design (implemented), landscape architectural design (non implemented), plans of all categories, studies and research in the field of landscape architecture, publications, video and multimedia contributions from the fields of landscape architecture, student projects.

For more details please visit IFLA Europe website
http://iflaeurope.eu/serbian-association-of-landscape-architects-organises-7th-landscape-architecture-exhibition-from-31-may-to-30-june-2017/
95 days ahead
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Second International Congress on Urban Landscape

June
Monday
12
2ND INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON URBAN LANDSCAPE http://eng.icoul.eu/presentation.htm  The urban landscape as a new paradigm in sustainable urban development.New challenges and opportunities for cities. Public space is only that which is in public ownership.
Private space, insofar as it is open to collective enjoyment, expands the concept of public space, and the two are united in the new concept of urban landscape. That is why, when in the field of public management we limited ourselves to intervening on public space, we are failing to do so as regards some of the essential elements that constitute the urban environment. One of the main conclusions of the First International Congress on Urban Landscape (ICOUL), held in Sao Paulo (Brazil) in December 2015, was to work on consolidating urban landscape management as one of the essential elements of the local agenda, because...
107 days ahead
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12TH Biennial of European Towns and Town Planners

June
Tuesday
27
12TH BIENNIAL OF EUROPEAN TOWNS AND TOWN PLANNERS
PARIS 27-29 JUNE 2017 CITIES AND OLYMPIC GAMES, FEEDBACK AND FUTURE THEMATICS:
Quality of urban integration of the Olympic Games
Social Cohesion
Governance 
Identity, Value for culture
Environmental care of olympic in the cities
Economic competitively for the cities URBAN EXPERIENCE OF EUROPEAN CITIES WITH OLYMPIC GAMES:
Barcelona 1992
Athens 2004
Hamburg
Sochi 2014
London 2012
Munich 1972
Albertville 1992
Candidate Cities who lost (Istanbul, Lille …)
Candidate Cities who finally cancelled: Hamburg PROGRAMME:
Tuesday 27 June 2017:
13:00 - 19:00 Site visits guided by experts (facilities, Canal de l'Ourcq district, Stade de France)
20:30 - 21:30 Welcome cocktail at the Pavillon de l'Arsenal Wednesday 28 June 2017: 
122 days ahead
ECTP-CEU

ECTP-CEU Spring 2017 General Assembly

June
Friday
30
ECTP-CEU Spring 2017 General Assembly following the 2017 Biennial ECTP-CEU members only
125 days ahead
ECTP-CEU

IE-AHI 2017 Conference in Scotland

October
Tuesday
03
IE-AHI 2017 Conference in Scotland Making connections: Re-imagining landscapes is the theme. Join us from 3 to 6 October 2017 in Inverness, capital of the Scottish Highlands, and enjoy roaring stags, late running salmon and a warming whisky with old friends and new. Communicating the values we bring to, but also take from, our landscapes is a vital task for heritage interpreters; be this in the wilder uninhabited regions or in cultural landscapes inhabited by humans for millennia. The European Landscape Convention recognises the strategic importance that landscape now holds. Heritage interpretation is uniquely placed to support an integrated view of landscape, weaving together natural and human heritage. This conference will highlight the power and potential of our multi-disciplinary approach in enabling people to find meaning, value and ownership in landscapes,...
220 days ahead
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