Millora de l’eficiència energètica i substitució de l’enllumenat obsolet del nucli urbà de Castellbisbal
Covenant of Mayors Office
63-67 Rue d’Arlon
Hosted by the City of Geneva and jointly organised with ICLEI Europe and the ESCT Preparatory Committee, the 7th European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns (17- 19 April 2013) will focus on governance and finance for sustainable development.
The conference will explore sustainability in all areas of public administration and will provide innovative and appropriate ideas to tackle the current financial and environmental crises as well as support local governments in their quest to achieve sustainable communities. The conference will be a valuable opportunity to decision makers from various levels of governments, representatives from UN and European institutions as well as researchers to present, discuss and exchange best practices and experiences.In addition to the wide-ranging programme, participants will benefit from workshops on site to discover the latest innovative activities in urban sustainability.
Target group: Local and national governments, UN and European institutions, business, science institutes and research and development organisations from all over Europe.
Languages: English and French. Other language support may be offered if there is sufficient interest. A translator travelling with a delegation will have free access to the conference.
For more information, please visit the conference website
Reserve your place today and take advantage of the early registration fee until 1st March 2013
Location details: International Conference Centre Geneva (CICG), 17 rue de Varembé
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