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Sustainable City Development 2016

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Conference
On 30 November - 2 December 2016, Malmö municipality is organising an international conference on how cities can work with global development and how we have made the UN's goals our own on the road to a sustainable city. Lund University and Urban Arena are two of the co-organisers.

The UN's new 17 global sustainability goals mean local challenges and here is neither a lack of will or initiative in Malmö to achieve them. Between the 30th November  -  2nd December 2016, Malmö municipality is organising an international conference on how cities can work with global development and how we have made the UN's goals our own on the road to a sustainable city.

The programme for the conference is formed from nine different tracks and will be introduced by inspiring keynote speakers. Through concrete experiences, examples and research, discussions and reflections, you can get ideas on how cities can work towards the global sustainability goals and make them their own. The conference is intended for those working in the public and private sectors, academia and civil society.

The Sustainable City Development Conference 2016 is part of the international SBE series of conferences focusing on a sustainable built environment. It will be a meeting point for researchers and practitioners as we believe that there is high potential to discuss and co-create new ideas and solutions. The conference is therefore welcoming academic papers. There will also be exhibitors on site with inspirational examples.

Call for Abstracts before 15 August

We welcome abstracts from both researchers and practioners. Deadline for submissions is 15 August, see more here

The Sustainable City Development Conference 2016 will be a meeting point for researchers and practitioners. The conference will provide an opportunity to present, discuss and reflect on the best practices as well as theoretical advances in the field of sustainable city development and the relationship between cities and universities. How do we collectively and strategically advance sustainable city development?

We welcome abstracts from both researchers and practitioners in the themes listed below. We invite contributions on case studies as well as contributions focusing on conceptual and methodological challenges. Abstracts should be no longer than 600 words.

A scientific committee will evaluate all incoming abstracts and accepted abstracts will be presented either in oral presentations or in the form of posters. The scientific committee will also invite selected authors of the accepted abstracts to submit full papers. A selection of these papers will be invited to be presented at the World Sustainable Built Environment Conference held in Hong Kong in June 2017.

Conference themes
Abstracts shall match one of the conference themes; authors are invited to specify their contribution to the building, city or citizen perspectives.

Sessions

Abstract Sessions: 45 minute sessions with three presentations and a discussion.
Poster Session: posters will be displayed throughout the conference at a central location.

Key dates

15 August - Deadline for submissions
15 September - Outcome of review process and acceptance decisions
1 November - Deadline for submission of full papers

All information

Registration for the conference will open in June.

All updated information can be found at the conference site: http://malmo.se/scd2016

Time: 
30/11/2016 - 09:00 to 02/12/2016 - 16:00
Location: 
Malmö

About the event

Time: 
30/11/2016 - 09:00 to 02/12/2016 - 16:00
Location: 
Malmö


International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE)

Lund University P.O. Box 196, 22100 Lund, Sweden
Visiting Address: Tegnérsplatsen 4,Lund

Telephone: + 46 46 222 00 00 Fax: + 46 46 222 02 10