The 10th International Public Markts Conference will provide ample opportunity for networking at interactive workshop sessions, special evening events and receptions, and during the day-long market tours. Participants will have multiple opportunities to visit and explore London’s extensive network of nearly 300 public markets.
The second annual Placemaking Week Europe 2019 will take place in Valencia June 12-15.This event is organised by the European Placemaking Network and STIPO in partnership with La Marina de Valencia.
"Aus Träumen entstehen Räume – Stadtplanung mit und von Kindern"
"From dreaming to building space. City planning by and with children"
Lecture by Monika Abendstein, founder of the Bilding school of art and architecture for children, Innsbruck.
Friday March 29th, 8 -10 pm, Urania, Merano
From 4th to 24th June 2018 the bike to school competition "Münchner Schulradeln" was held in Munich for the first time. In the three-week campaign period 4th graders and secondary school students were encouraged to cycle actively to school instead of being brought by car. Students, teachers and parents competed together as a team for their school against the other schools. Each team nominated a team captain. The aim was to cycle as many kilometers as possible. Therefore, all kilometers cycled were listed online or via app.
The FLOSSLEND Neighbourhood Party is an event from the NachbarchaftsNetzwerk Floß-Lend (NaNeT), where everyone is invited.
It would take place on 14th June, from 1 to 7 p.m.
The LENDWIRBEL is a neighbourhood party that takes place in the neighbourhood of Lend, Graz. The LENDWIRBEL invites people to be on the street because public areas shape community relationships in neighbourhoods.
MOBILIZE is the annual sustainable transport summit of the Institute for Transportation and Development (ITDP), which brings together urban transport and development practitioners alongside world-class researchers to celebrate best practices and accelerate implementation of sustainable transport projects.
Resilient Cities 2019 will be the 10th anniversary of the Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptation, taking place over three days from 26 – 28 June 2019.
The core objective of the Resilient Cities Congress series is to serve as the global resilience implementation forum. Therefore, this special edition aims to discuss the state of local resilience, evaluate its progress and encourage all stakeholders to take action under the lens of the Paris Agreement and the resilience targets of the 2030 Agenda.