Gathering 17 representatives from 10 Chinese cities in Seoul, the week-long capacity building program on low-carbon and sustainable city development organized by ICLEI East Asia Secretariat (EAS), Seoul Human Resources Development Center (SHRDC) and Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) has...[more]
A delegation of 17 representatives from 10 Chinese cities participated in the China-Korea Low-carbon Sustainable Cities Seminar hosted by ICLEI East Asia Secretariat (EAS) on 26 April 2016. The seminar was part of the one-week training program organized jointly by EAS, Seoul Human Resources...[more]
Mayor of Seoul, Republic of Korea and ICLEI President Park Won Soon is the recipient of the 2016 Gothenburg Award for Sustainable Development.[more]
This report captures the highlight of the Sino-Europe Sub-forum on Resilient Cities and Water Management held in Zhuhai, China in November 2015.
In October 2015, the City of Johannesburg, South Africa, hosted the EcoMobility World Festival 2015, in a bid to decongest its central business district, Sandton.
This report documents how Johannesburg realized its ambitious goal of turning the Sandton CBD into an inviting green space for ecomobile modes of transport and mobility in October 2015.
25-29 April 2016 Seoul, Korea
Capacity Building Program on Low Carbon & Sustainable City Development >>
19-20 May, Seoul, Korea
2016 Northeast Asian International Forum on Air Quality Improvement >>
31 May - 2 June, Berlin, Germany
Metropolitan Solutions 2016 >>
8-10 June, Seoul, Korea
International Forum on Urban Policy for the Sustainable Development Goals >>
6-8 July, Bonn, Germany
Resilient Cities 2016 >>
7-9 September, Gwangju, Korea
The 8th International Climate & Enviroment Fair
Guiyang is the provincial capital of Guizhou with a population of 4.7 million located in Southwestern China. It is China’s first national model city for ecological civilization, and the pilot city for urban innovation development. [more]