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Unprecedented urban changes needed (IPCC-report)

"Making the necessary adaptive transformations in urban areas of all sizes worldwide over such a short timeframe means that business as usual is by definition inadequate", David Simon comments on the recently published IPCC report.

Date: 22 Oct

How does one coexist in changing neighbourhoods?

Action research efforts to develop and test tools for increased resident engagement and amicable coexistence throughout a neighbourhood in Ghent, Belgium, was discussed at a meeting with the Malmö platform.

Date: 18 Oct

Conflicting goals – focus of this year’s Gothenburg Conference

270 public officials, researchers, politicians and people from the business sector met at the second annual Gothenburg Conference. Theme of the day were conflicting goals within sustainable urban development. In the afternoon the participants got the chance to dig deeper into different themes within areas as Migration, Transportation and Culture.

Date: 11 Oct

Calendar

Oct
26
2018
Time: 11:30
Location: Länsstyrelsen, Stora Badhusg 2B, Göteborg
Oct
31
2018
Time: 18:00
Location: GÖTEBORG, Norra Hamngatan 12
Nov
6
2018
Time: 09:00
Location: Cape Town, SunSquare Cape Town City Bowl, 23 Buitengracht Street (City Centre)
Nov
20
2018
Time: 12:30
Location: Länsstyrelsen, Stora Badhusg 2B, Göteborg

Research agenda

Synergistically generate client-centric internal or "organic" sources after extensive systems. Objectively integrate integrated interfaces vis-a-vis alternative infomediaries. Authoritatively syndicate 2.0 systems and virtual process improvements. Professionally synergize multidisciplinary best practices after frictionless methods of empowerment. Enthusiastically evolve real-time vortals via multimedia based opportunities.

Latest publications

This paper provides a brief history of the Urbanization and Global Environmental
Experience innovation is described as collaborative and integrated in day-to-day work. However,
Participatory tourism development projects are considered effective and democratic since they engage
<jats:p>Urban sustainability is a wicked issue unsuited to management through traditional decision-making
The SDGs and CitiesIPCC offer an unprecedented opportunity for urban transformation, but

Mistra Urban Futures Projects

Funders and consortium

Mistra Urban Futures is financed by Mistra, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research, Sida, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, and a consortium constituted by several organisations in the Gothenburg region, combined with key international partners.