[Event] Discussion Session: The cities of the Middle East at the eve of a « sustainable spring »?
18th November, 5-7pm, Lyon
With a view to foster converging perspectives by bringing together research and business communities, CODATU organizes a discussion session on the development of sustainable initiatives in Middle-East. Two days left to register!
[Report] National Days of Urban Transport in Jordan – A short report
26th-28th October 2015, Amman (Jordan)
The event organized by CODATU with the support of CMI, AFD and EUROMED RRU, stimulated fruitful discussions between the jordanian urban mobility stakeholders at the local and national level, and international experts. CODATU actively participated, notably through the presentation of MobiliseYourCity initiative and of the adaptation of SUMPs outside Europe.
[Article] CODATU's contribution to the Positive Agenda for the Mediterranean Region
4th-5th June 2015, Marseille (France)
Following MEDCOP21 Forum, a Positive Agenda has been written, compiling solutions elaborated by various stakeholders in order to make a difference in the fight against Climate Change. Three solutions proposed by CODATU were selected.
[Publication] CODATU publishes in OCEMO's 4th Edition
The office of Economic Cooperation for the Mediterranean and Middle East (OCEMO) publishes its 4th edition on the "Mediterranean Economic Week 2015". Christian Philip has been interviewed about the future of the Mediterranean cities.
This symposium, organized each year in November, will focus on energy efficiency in urban transport, sustainable transport projects, innovative approaches for smart cities, sustainable urban development, road safety and financial supports for cities.
Every year at the same period, the Institute of Urban Transport (IUT), with the support of the Indian Ministry of Urban Development, organizes its national conference on Urban Mobility. The theme, this year is "Transforming Mobility for Liveability".
[Call for contributions] EASTS is calling for contributions to its ATS 2017 editions
ATS (Asian Transportation Studies) journal is calling for contributions on the following topics: « Built environment and transportation in Asian megacities » and « Advancement in traffic safety studies: From theory to practice ».
29th November - 3rd December 2015, Johannesburg (South Africa)
Organized regularly every three years, by United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa), the event has become a distinguished opportunity for the evaluation of the implementation of decentralization policies in Africa. This year, its central team will be: "Shaping the future of Africa with the people: the contribution of African local authorities to Agenda 2063 of the African Union".