In this article you'll uncover the daily program, day by day, and everything you need to know about the conference tickets, the accommodation, and many more exciting events that will take place during the Future Green City World Congress
Organising meetings is familiar territory for the Koninklijke Vereniging Stadswerk Nederland. But the Future Green City World Congress, to be held in Utrecht from 23 to 26 September 2024, is of a different order. It is aiming at 3,000 participants from all over the world. Why are we doing this and what can we expect? Stadswerk chairman Gerdo van Grootheest talks about it.
In a recent interview in Stadswerk Magazine, an enlightening conversation unfolds with two pivotal figures in urban development: Luis Romanh, CEO of World Urban Parks (WUP), and Sanne Hieltjes, President of the International Federation of Municipal Engineering (IFME). They share their contributions and expectations for the Future Green City World Congress 2024.
Throughout this interesting article, the author discusses the concept of integrating roof and facade greenery into urban architecture, specifically in the context of the Vertical Forest Wonderwoods project. This project, a collaboration between architectural firms Boeri, MVSA, and others, aims to create sustainable, green buildings in urban areas.
As mentioned in the article written by M. Martínez Euklidiadas:
If, during the 20th century, the aim in cities was to make space for private vehicles, one of the challenges of the 21st century is to correct that self-destructive trend. The proximity city, also known as a walkable city, emerged as an essential town-planning tool to improve residents' quality of life and reduce their impact.
This blog from the Canadian architect is A study conducted by Toronto Metropolitan University in collaboration with The Daniels Corporation, Entro, LeMay, and MASSIVart which found an increase in placemaking interventions in public and private spaces produces positive impacts.