The 2nd international conference on Green Urbanism


Green Urbanism is defined as the practice of creating communities beneficial to human and the environment it is an attempt to shape more Sustainable Surroundings, Communities, and Lifestyles. and consume less of the world’s resources. Green Urbanism is interdisciplinary, combining the collaboration of Landscape Architects, Engineers, Urban Planners, Ecologists, Transport Planners, Physicists, Psychologists, Sociologists, Economists and other Specialists in addition to architects and Urban Designers. Cities can and must become the most Environmentally-Friendly model for inhabiting our Earth. It is more important than ever to re-conceptualize existing Cities and their systems of infrastructure, to be compact, mixed-use and polycentric cities.
The Conference provides a context for a general debate about the Regeneration of the city center and discusses how urbanism is affected by the paradigms of ecology.

Conference Topics:
• City Urban Form and Natural Resources
• Urbanization of Rural Area: Energy, Water and Food Security
• Strengthening The Connection Between City Center and Its Gateways
• Sustainable Public Transportation and Mobility Systems
• Creative Environments: Sustainable Places of Living, Working and Recreation
• Green Infrastructures and Social Services
• Green Buildings: Designing Buildings with Nature and with Technologies
• Energy-efficiency in The Built Environment
• Waste Management, Pollution and Health Risks
• Climate Responsive Architecture: Solar Architecture and Renewable Energies
• Green Buildings and Districts in Passive Designs: Daylight in Buildings and Nature Ventilation
• Innovative and Eco-friendly Materials for The Building Envelope
• Strategies for New Cities Proposals in Developing Countries
• Towards Zero-waste City
• Landscape, Gardens, Streetscapes and Urban Biodiversity
• Water, Local Food and Short Supply Chains
• Formulating The Principles of Green Urbanism
• Urban Governance, Leadership and Best Practice in Education, Research and Knowledge
• Regeneration of The City Center
• Sustainable Urban Transport Strategies
• Urban Growth of Developing Cities
• Sustainable Surroundings
For more information:
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50, Via Cracovia, 00133 Roma RM, Italy
rome , italy 30161


Università degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata"


December 5, 2018
December 7, 2018


9 am


250-500 euro