In light of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, its impact on travel restrictions, and the physical distancing requirements through 2021, the Ecocity 2021 World Summit Scientific Committee has decided to hold the Summit as a fully online virtual experience. To facilitate the technical aspects of that transition, the 14th Ecocity World Summit will take place between the 22nd and 24th of February 2022.
We are currently working on readjusting the wide range of scientific and creative sessions, market talks, and workshops that will be engaging for all those of you interested in BiodiverCity, Circular City, Healthy City, and Resilient City.
For a quick overview of the program, please refer to the Programme at a Glance.
For detailed information about our speakers, abstract submitters, and moderators, please refer to the Interactive Programme.
Urban ecology, Water and ecology as urban conditions, Nature-driven urbanism, Nature-inclusive design & planning, Balancing the urban and the natural, Birds, insects and flowers first, Measuring biodiversity in urban environments, Bridging the urban-rural divide, Urban forestry, Food forests, (urban) Landscape management approaches and monitoring, Green infrastructure, Biocultural diversity, Systems approaches to urban change, (Re)vitalizing urban soils, Solutions for competing for underground infrastructures.
Low-carbon & renewable energy systems, Circular water, Energy efficiency & residual energy use, Biobased materials and products, Reuse and recycling of materials and products (Cross-laminated timber, etc.), Phosphorus, urban landscape system, and the built environment, Nitrogen, urban landscape system, and the built environment, sustainable food systems, Material passports, assessments, and classifications, Urban metabolism, and urban homeostasis Measuring circularity and the circular economy, Food-energy-water-space nexus
Clean and healthy air, water, and soil Reducing noise pollution, Nature inclusiveness and the effect on people’s health, Informal communities, Equity & social inclusion, Social-ecological inclusive urbanism, City-regional food system and local diets, Heat island effects, heat waves, resilience and health, Resilience in the built environment to COVID-19 and other virus infections, Biking, walking and health
Resilient coastal landscapes and urban deltas (delta urbanism), Resilient port and harbor transformations
Resilient communities, Adaptive urban landscape planning, and design, Nature-based solutions linked to urban design and resilient urban development, Designing green space in high-density environments, Critical infrastructure and extreme events, Landscape-based regional urban development and climate adaptation, Emergency preparedness, and response.
Governance & transitions
Transformation processes: governance and economics, ICTs and data monitoring data and internet of things, Education, communication and awareness, Participation & co-creating urban transformations, Integrating disciplines and knowledge sectors with new thinking and innovation.Reservation