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The 3rd APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Conference 2019

August 29 - September 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Conference
UNSW Sydney
August 29-September 1, 2019

This annual conference is an exciting opportunity for researchers and experts from across the Asia-Pacific region to advance their ideas and research outputs within the structure of select working groups in the following research areas, including

  • Infrastructural ecologies
  • Urban renewable energy
  • Smart cities
  • Sustainable urban design
  • Urban-rural linkages
  • Transitions in urban waterfronts
  • Vulnerable communities
  • Landscape and human health
  • Urban biodiversity
  • Food and nutrition security
  • Water and wastewater

More Information:
See the outline of each working group here.
See the preliminary conference program here.


Two-Step Registration:
Step 1
Please provide an EOI, outlining your name, position, 100-word statement, and a preferred (or previous) working group, and send it to apruscl2019@gmail.com by June 1, 2019.
Your EOI will be distributed to working group leaders and you will be advised of the successful selection.

Step 2
Once you have received a confirmation from a working group leader, a registration link will be provided as part of your confirmation.

Fee
Please pay your early bird registration fee (USD 225) by 5 pm on June 15 (AEST).
The registration fee will be USD 275 afterward.

The conference registration covers lunch, morning and afternoon tea during the days of the event, and a special dinner cruise on Sydney Harbour on Friday evening, August 30.

 

Cities and Refugees Global Student Design Competition

Cities throughout history have been formed by influxes of people. One of the major challenges for this is the assimilation of forcibly displaced people into cities in ways which create healthy and equitable living places for all.

Rapid Urbanisation Grand Challenge at UNSW Sydney, with Australian Red Cross, ARUP International Development, UNHCR, and the APRU Sustainable Landscapes and Cities Program Hub have organized a competition to address this challenge.

Find out the challenge, eligibility, and prize here.
Register here before July 20 and submit your work by August 10, 2019.

The winning schemes will be announced at the 2019 APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes conference held at the UNSW Sydney on August 29 – September 1.