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Resilient Cities 2015 Photo Contest announced

3 March 2015

Enter our Resilient Cities 2015 Photo Contest for the chance to win a free pass to the congress, taking place June 8-10 in Bonn, Germany.

The topic of the contest this year: 

Testimonies of resilience: Snapshots capturing successful climate change adaptation actions in your city or community

Creativity, a decent camera and an eye for seizing the right moment “capturing” urban resilience is all you need! The winner will be featured on our website(s) and social media, receive a certificate, and win a free pass to our Resilient Cities 2015 congress, in Bonn, Germany. Click here for more info on how to enter the photo contest. 

Registration for Resilient Cities 2015 is now open!

13 February 2015

All cities, public and private sector representatives, academics, researchers, practitioners and anyone with a genuine interest in the topic of urban resilience and adaptation to climate change are invited to attend the congress. Plan your participation in advance and profit from our discounted early-bird fees, available until: 1 April 2015

If you submitted a proposal in response to our public call for contributions last year, please wait for confirmation of acceptance to register, since speakers are entitled to reduced fees. The outcome of your submission will be communicated within the next few weeks. 

Ready to register? Click the button below: 

Check out Resilient Cities 5th webinar recording

4 February 2015

"Building resilience to heat-related health risks: The example of Ahmedabad", our fifth and final webinar of the series, was concluded yesterday, 3 February 2015. 

The webinar discussed Ahmedabad's strategy and measures to counteract the threat of extreme heat on public health. Best practices for the planning, implementation and scaling up of this approach were shared and thoroughly examined. A lively and engaging Q&A session followed the two presentations by Ms. Anjali Jaiswal and Dr. Tejas Shah.

If you missed the webinar or wish to revisit the key points mentioned, the live recording, full presentations and further reading sources are now available online