Further information can be found at https://www.ifla2019.com/
Further information can be found at https://www.ifla2019.com/
The Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning is held every three years to bring together experts who are influencing landscape planning, policy making and greenway planning from the local to international level. It is intended to highlight recent trends and expand the literature about landscape and greenway planning. The aim is to explore how landscape architects and planners from different countries have approached greenway planning and to understand how greenways have been tailored
From 28th November to 1st December the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the City of Mantua (IT), the Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology (SISEF), and the Politecnico di Milano present the World Forum of Urban Forest (WFUF) ‘Changing the Nature of Cities’ to discuss how to make our cities greener, healthier and happier places. Local authorities, researchers, landscape architects, urban planners, urban foresters, experts and many other stakeholders will discuss multidisci
Dear IFLA Member
We are pleased to invite you to our inaugural event, celebrating & exploring the future of the exterior design, build and maintenance sectors. FutureScape Africa, powered by Pro Landscaper Africa, will be held at the LookOut, Cape Town, V&A Waterfront on November 1st 2018. You can attend free seminars hosted by various industry influencers from 9am-5pm and network with professionals in your field.
Visit our website to register your attendance. This is an opportunity for trade
Registration for the World Congress opens today! more info here https://www.ifla2019.com/registration
For more information see https://sites.google.com/umass.edu/fabosconference2019/abstract-submission
Meet and hear LILA 2018 winners and jury members talking about their winning landscape projects and approaches in a full-day international landscape architecture symposium, featuring lectures, discussions, LILA ceremony and free drinks :)
Come and meet us, our international guests from 9 countries and fellows landscape architects from Hamburg, Berlin, Hanover and abroad …
All talks will be in English. See the programme below and visit landezine.com/live for details and tickets.
54th ISOCARP Congress: Bodø, Norway, 1-5 October 2018
On a warming planet, good urban planning is about delivering cooler cities. The 54th World Congress of ISOCARP is calling on the best and brightest of the planning profession to come to Bodø, Norway and help save civilisation.
The joint conference will be organized around six concurrent tracks and sub-themes:
THE GLOBAL VIEW: Climate Change Impacts, Sustainability and Resilience
SPOTLIGHT CITIES: Planning for Coastal Cities, Remote Towns, and
The III Latin American Biennial of Landscape Architecture aims to put on the table the relevant role of Landscape Architecture in the construction of the human habitat. This space aims to be an engine of reflection and an incentive for creativity in which works and projects of high quality that have proposed novel solutions to environmental and social problems that afflict Latin American countries are recognized and rewarded.
More information here
More information here.
Climate change causes an important impact on the increase of rain, and more particularly on the intensity of rainfall precipitations. Combined with growing land waterproofing, this multiplies the risk of flooding.
The 2nd Edition of the Brussels Urban Landscape Biennial dives into the stakes related to water management in urban environments. How to deal with the retention, infiltration or evacuation of rainwater in an integrated manner? Can landscape architecture generate answers for these compl
The Global Climate Action Summit will bring leaders and people together from around the world to “Take Ambition to the Next Level.” It will be a moment to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of states, regions, cities, companies, investors and citizens with respect to climate action.
It will also be a launchpad for deeper worldwide commitments and accelerated action from countries—supported by all sectors of society—that can put the globe on track to prevent dangerous climate change a
The Cultural Heritage Mobilization @ GCAS2018 aims to mobilize the cultural heritage and historic preservation sectors for climate action in support of the Paris Agreement. Content will map the major themes of the Agreement and include panels on topics like the role of cultural heritage in carbon mitigation, climate finance, adaptation, loss & destruction and high ambition. Speakers are being drawn from California, national and international experts.
The Cultural Heritage Mobilization is bein
|URBIO (International Network for Urban Biodiversity and Design) is an open worldwide network of educators, scientists, government officials, and practitioners that promote the design and management of sustainable cities.For this conference, URBIO is accepting all proposals related to urban sustainability, design and management, urban ecology, policy, food security and urban agriculture, and human dimensions and conservation.The theme for the 2018 conference is Urban Biodiversity and Food Secu|
The European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools (ECLAS) will hold its annual conference in Ghent, Belgium, from 9 to 12 September 2018. The conference will be hosted by the School of Arts of the University College Ghent and is curated and coordinated by the educational programmes in Landscape and Garden Architecture and in Landscape Development, and the Research Unit Landscape Architecture. You are hereby kindly invited to submit abstracts for the 2018 ECLAS Conference ‘Landscapes of Conf
In September 2018, the LI annual conference and IFLA Europe General Assembly will take place in tandem at the University of Greenwich, London.
Delegates will enjoy plenary sessions, seminars, site visits and social events focusing on the theme of the value of landscape transformation. Measuring and demonstrating the benefits of landscape interventions will be of crucial importance in the years ahead, and the LI is committed to widening discussion and debate around this issue.
The LI is run
Landscape’s greatest value is in how it connects people, the places we create, and the environment we inhabit. Measuring and demonstrating the benefits of landscape interventions will be of crucial importance in the years ahead.
The LI, in partnership with the University of Greenwich Department of Landscape, is holding its 2018 conference in tandem with the IFLA Europe General Assembly. Join us on 6-7 September for two days of debate, discussion, bold thinking and creative
Landscape, an ephemeral concept whose meaning draws as much from the experiences of the beholder as it does from its tangible attributes. One quality remains constant, connectivity. In all interpretations the sense of connectivity is intrinsic to is meaning. The landscape is complex, multi-layered, and constantly in the process of being re-created through the interaction of ecological, physical and social processes.
While drawn to its vibrant beauty, humanity i
The ISOCARP AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE (IAE) reward plans in design phase as well as projects in progress or already implemented. Moreover, we invite participants to send us research projects or ideas. The Awards for Excellence is open to a vast range of professionals and institutions operating in the domain of town and country planning: