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Registration has now opened for the ICLEI World Congress 2018
, which will be held from 19-22 June in Montréal (Canada).
At the ICLEI World Congress 2018, ICLEI and Ville de Montréal will bring together hundreds of mayors, governors, city staff, international organisations, business leaders and researchers to share their ideas, successes and challenges in advancing sustainable urban development worldwide.
Held every three years, the ICLEI World Congress is among the top platforms for peer-to-peer exchange on the latest ideas and innovations designed to advance sustainable development in our urban world.
Together, participants will examine key issues and solutions that will play a role in the development of our cities and regions - from the circular economy to nature-based solutions and systemic resilience.
For more information on the conference, visit the ICLEI World Congress 2018
website. To register, contact worldcongress2018.iclei.org
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14 February 2018 Smart Sustainable Cities initiative to hold workshops in Bristol and LondonICLEI Europe is partnering with Tynos Consulting, The Lunar Works, Future Earth Ltd and Resilience Brokers Ltd to host the inaugural UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative
on 22 - 23 February in Bristol and 1 - 2 March in London.
The initiative will act as a long-term opportunity to forge strong city-to-city connections focused on implementable smart and sustainable solutions and offer an ongoing platform for exchange of innovation, knowledge and experience.
UK cities will showcase how they have achieved implementable goals together with their academic and private sector partners, and for EU cities to highlight their aims and objectives in similar areas. The initiative will bring together practitioners, experts and policy makers and facilitate city to city dialogue about tangible solutions with project-ready partners.
Participants will share their challenges and successes across two events with four thematic areas - sustainable: transport, energy efficiency in buildings, smart grids and renewable energy, circular economy. Smart: data management/data driven economy, common ticketing systems, e-mobility, Internet of Things.
Detailed information is available on the Smart Sustainable Cities
website with a selection of case studies from attending cities.Image copyright: sourced from Pixabay more
» Publication Date: 15/02/2018
» Source: Iclei Europe
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