After a day of cities’ presentations on their efforts and achievements in urban energy transformation at ICLEI’s Energy-safe Cities East Asia Expert Symposium held in Beijing on 28 October, experts and business representatives introduced the tested technologies and renewable energy options that are available in the market today for cities to consider the possibility of applying them to reach their goals in turning their cities into low-risk, low-carbon and resilient communities.[more]
29 October, Seoul and Beijing – Eleven cities from four East Asian countries met with internationally renowned experts in Beijing to explore how they can transform their urban energy systems to turn low-carbon, low-risk and resilient by the year 2030. The Energy-safe Cities expert symposium on 28-29 October 2014 saw the participation of Baoding, Yixing, and Zhenjiang from China; Kyoto, Tokyo, and Yokohama from Japan; Mongolia’s capital city Ulaanbaatar; and Cheongju, Inje, Jeonju, and Samcheok...[more]
Staring from 13 June to 25 July 2014, Seoul city is organizing an environmental visual art work contest to collect ideas and inspirations on urban sustainable development.