The programme of EPICamp V « Sustainable Cities » is online

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EPICamp V: Sustainable cities and relations to hinterland

Registration via this link is open until March 30, 2022!

Urban sustainability is regularly examined in relation to the living environment, its design, supply of ecosystem services, its appropriation and transformation, both on an object scale (e.g., what do streets or urban green spaces look like, how can they be transformed along the mobility shift and what are their effects) and on a larger scale (e.g., green space provision and green space justice), and includes both immediate and long-term effects of the XXI century crisis such as effects of climate change or the COVID-19 pandemic on societal needs, expectations, and behaviour. 

EPICamps are low threshold workshops, inspired by the barcamp (also known as unconference) format, offered to Early Career Researchers of the EPICUR alliance to engage with peers as well as established researchers with similar interests in order to pursue joint inter- and transdisciplinary projects on societal challenges.


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