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  • Webinar

November, 18th

Friday, 18 November 2022 8:00-09:00 a.m. CET | 2.00-3:00 p.m. Bangkok   Check your local time here.   The MUFPP & IURC Asia Pacific Food Policy Training is a series of 6 webinars developed by the MUFPP Secretariat and the IURC programme to enrich the knowledge of Asia Pacific cities on food policy development.   Following the fifth category of the Milan Pact, Food Supply & Distribution, the webinar will present a variety of actions and measures cities are taking to ensure...
Friday, 18 November 2022 8:00-09:00 a.m. CET | 2.00-3:00 p.m. Bangkok   Check your local time here.   The MUFPP & IURC...
  • Conference

November, 8th

The second International Urban and Regional Cooperation (IURC) Annual Event 2022 took place in Brussels on 8 November 2022. The full agenda of the event is available here. <->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->- Download the presentations here. <->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->- Download the posters from the afternoon workshops here. <->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-<->-  
The second International Urban and Regional Cooperation (IURC) Annual Event 2022 took place in Brussels on 8 November 2022. The full...
  • Webinar

October, 28th

BACKGROUND   In the EU and China, urban renewal has become the major way to meet the increasing demand of residents for urban space and facilities without the expenses of large-scale demolition of existing buildings and urban fabric. Many neighbourhoods and buildings are in critical demand of renovation aiming for healthy environmental quality, energy & resource efficiency, and aesthetics of the built environment.   The EU initiated the Green City under the framework of the New Leipzig Charter, which calls for nature-based...
BACKGROUND   In the EU and China, urban renewal has become the major way to meet the increasing demand of...
  • Webinar

October, 26th

  BACKGROUND   Around 57% of the global population lives in urban areas, which contribute 80% of the global GDP. Cities play important role in enabling innovation. Meanwhile, urban growth presents enormous social, economic and environmental challenges, which necessitate a new way of planning and design. Urban and transport planning practices are about to change from urban infrastructure design to participatory approach using new and emerging technologies.   The EU implement the urban development strategy through an integrated, partnership, and...
  BACKGROUND   Around 57% of the global population lives in urban areas, which contribute 80% of the global GDP....
  • Webinar

October, 12th

European Commission webinar on ‘Regions, Cities and Level(s): Powering the green transition in Europe’s buildings’, 12 October from 16:00 to 17:00 (CEST). In October 2020 the European Commission launched Level(s), the new EU common language for assessing the sustainability performance of buildings. The Commission will be running a special webinar at the European Week of Regions and Cities to show how Level(s) can help the buildings sector contribute to EU climate and circularity objectives within cities and regions. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Why attend? -...
European Commission webinar on ‘Regions, Cities and Level(s): Powering the green transition in Europe’s buildings’, 12 October from 16:00 to...
  • Webinar

September, 28th

BACKGROUND   Both the European Union and China are in a time of transition. The transition towards a green, circular, digital economy significantly changed the way we live and work.  The distribution of smart technologies generated new jobs while some jobs have been changed or disappeared. The demographic change will draw on all diverse talents. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the digital transition and also considerably changed the career path of many people.   In July 2020, the European Commission published the Skills...
BACKGROUND   Both the European Union and China are in a time of transition. The transition towards a green, circular, digital economy...
  • Webinar

July, 21st

Thursday, 21 July 2022 9:00-10:00 a.m. CEST | 2.00-3:00 p.m. Bangkok   Check your local time here.   Registration: https://bit.ly/Food21JulySEE   The MUFPP & IURC Asia Pacific Food Policy Training is a series of 6 webinars developed by the MUFPP Secretariat and the IURC programme to enrich the knowledge of Asia Pacific cities on food policy development.   Following the third category of the Milan Pact, Social & Economic Equity, the webinar will present how cities address inequality and poverty related to...
Thursday, 21 July 2022 9:00-10:00 a.m. CEST | 2.00-3:00 p.m. Bangkok   Check your local time here.   Registration: https://bit.ly/Food21JulySEE   The...
  • Conference

June, 27th - 29th

The International Urban and Regional Cooperation programme (previously IUC) financed under the Foreign Partnership Instrument (FPI) and the strategic support from the Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG-REGIO) of the European Commission, has contributed to bring together cities and regions from across the globe to work jointly towards achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs), the New Urban Agenda (as extended voluntary commitment from the European Union), the Urban Agenda for the EU or the European Cohesion Policy objectives. The World...
The International Urban and Regional Cooperation programme (previously IUC) financed under the Foreign Partnership Instrument (FPI) and the strategic support...
  • Webinar

June, 23rd

According to the International Transport Forum public transport buses and trains can release up to a fifth of CO2 emissions per passenger-Km than ride-hailing and about a third of a private vehicle. A strong and well-integrated public transport network can also help provide equal access to jobs, education, services and other economic opportunities, particularly to those without private vehicles. Space Investing in public transport is one of the most effective measures to reduce transports’ emissions and bring cities closer to...
According to the International Transport Forum public transport buses and trains can release up to a fifth of CO2 emissions...
  • Webinar

June, 23rd

BACKGROUND   Both the EU and China are facing three major challenges in the agricultural sector. First, food security challenge: the EU is part of the global food system, whereas China has a daunting task to feed 22% of the world's population with 9% of the world's arable land. Second, environmental challenges such as soil degradation, water shortages, biodiversity loss and climate change. And third, high degree of urbanization: 75% of the Europe population lives in cities in and 64% in...
BACKGROUND   Both the EU and China are facing three major challenges in the agricultural sector. First, food security challenge:...
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