Due to the evolution of the COVID-19 globally and the uncertainties around international travels, the APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Conference will be postponed to December 14-18, 2020, and presented as a virtual event.
Organized by the Future Cities Research Hub of the School of Architecture and Planning, APRU SCL brings together experts from around the region to exchange ideas and engage in activities during annual conferences focused on sustainable city-landscape interactions.
The APRU SCL conference is an exciting opportunity for academics, practitioners, and public officials from different disciplines to collaborate on research and advocacy projects that foster long-term sustainability and resilient city-landscape relationships. This conference is structured around working groups that bracket a range of social, economic, and environmental issues.
A Ph.D. Symposium will be organized to foster collaborations among doctoral students across the Pacific Rim.
Indigenous Knowledge and Wisdom on Day 3
Rhys Jones (keynote)
Daniel Glenn (pannelist)
Dr Danièle Hromek (pannelist)
Dr. Davianna Pōmaikaʻi McGregor (pannelist)
SDGs and Post-Pandemic Cities and Landscapes on Day 4
Bernhard Barth (keynote)
Chris Aiken (pannelist)
Sean Audain (pannelist)
Hon Julie Anne Genter (pannelist)
Andreas Wesener (pannelist)
Find out more details about working groups here.
Deadline to submit an Expression of Interest to join a working group is September 30 (NZ time).
A Ph.D. Student Symposium will be held virtually in December 2020. It is a new addition to the conference structure this year and provides opportunities for Ph.D. students to present their research that relates to the topics of the working groups, the APRU SCL Hub, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This Symposium gives students the opportunity to present papers, receive feedback, and participate in group-work sessions.
Symposium Keynote Speaker: Prof Bart Johnson
APRU Disclaimer: The views, information, or opinions expressed during the Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Conference 2020 are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (“APRU”) and its employees. APRU is not responsible and does not verify for accuracy any of the information contained in the series.