10.12.2021

New clip in our video series Statements on Planning: Constantin Meyer from the University of Würzburg and member of ARL's European Working Group AlpPlan Network interviewed Prof Hubert Job from the University of Würzburg.

View more
26.11.2021

Deadline for the submission of contributions extended to 28 November 2021

Due to the number of requests the deadlines for both the submissions of oral and poster contributions, as well as workshops, training sessions and other events are extented to 28 November 2021

View more
22.11.2021

AESOP Conversation in Planning
Booklet Project

This is a Call for Young Academic (YA) Author(s) to work in collaboration with distinguished Prof Erik Swyngedouw, reflecting on his research into urban design theory and practice. This is a great opportunity for the YA authors to get to work on the booklet with direct guidance from Prof Erik Swyngedouw himself.

View more
22.11.2021

AESOP Conversation in Planning
Booklet Project

This is a Call for Young Academic (YA) Author(s) to work in collaboration with distinguished Prof Ali Madanipour, reflecting on his research into urban design theory and practice. This is a great opportunity for the YA authors to get to work on the booklet with direct guidance from Prof Ali Madanipour himself.

View more
05.11.2021

The Academy for Territorial Development in the Leibniz Association (ARL), the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy (StMWi) and the Interreg Alpine Space Project “OpenSpaceAlps” jointly organized the international conference “Towards sustainable spatial development - transnational lessons on the safeguarding of open spaces and the reduction of land take” in order to facilitate transnational exchange on that matter in the Alpine Space.

View more
20.10.2021

May East, 1st place winner of the ARL International Photo Contest "Changing Times - Changing Spaces", has written an article on abandonned towns and approaches on how to regenerate them. 

 

View more
14.10.2021

The international project „Natural Flood Retention on Private Land“ will end in spring 2022. During 5 years of intensive networking and collaboration, members from numerous european countries have addressed the objectives, trade-offs and prospects of flood risk management concepts within this COST-Action. Discussions centered on potential synergies of land use and flood management, knowledge of nature based solutions and natural water retention measures.

View more
13.10.2021

On 21 and 22 October the International Conference "Gender and Sustainable Urban Development in the Post-pandemic" can be followed in streaming. The UNESCO Chair on Gender in STI of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and the Advisory Group on Gender Issues to the Executive Director of UN-Habitat (AGGI) are pleased to invite you to follow this event live.

Free registration at protected link

View more