Ecocity World Summit 2017


The Ecocity Summit series, held every two years since 1990, has developed into one of the most globally significant forums for addressing the complex challenges facing humanity in a rapidly urbanising world. Further details of the history and context of the Ecocity Summit series can be found on the web site of Ecocity Builders.

Ecocity 2017: Changing Cities: Resilience and Transformation will bring together a diverse mix of researchers, policy makers and citizens with a common focus on identifying and creating pathways to more sustainable, resilient and equitable cities.

Registration for the Summit is now open with early bird savings available until 31 March 2017. Please click here for more information.


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