In both countries, France and Germany, there is great pressure to change and adapt towards new forms of urbanity and to conceive new strategic approaches with limited public finance and a need for economic efficiency. Not all types of urban areas are equally affected by these issues. The book aims to do justice to this situation, considering in both cases the context of the national urban systems.
Urban and regional infrastructures regain interdisciplinary interest in course of the ‘infrastructural turn’. Contemporary questions exceed beyond engineering and technology but reach into social, political, economic, and ecological spheres.
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This first conference on ‘Integrated Earth System Research’ (iESR) is dedicated to scientific advances towards a coherent understanding of the increasing human impacts on the Earth system, their societal consequences, and respective governance challenges. It brings together researchers from the natural, engineering, social sciences and the humanities for targeted dialogue and to intensify research collaboration.
The Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL) in collaboration with the Department of European Planning Cultures (TU Dortmund) are pleased to invite you to the Workshop "PLACE Reimagining Public Space Designing and Planning for COVID-19 - Implication on Health and Wellbeing", which will take place online on March 6-7 2023.
The Department of Geography within the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the University of Bonn has an opening with intended start date 10/01/2023 for the position of Professor of Geography (W3) specialized in Applied Urban and Regional Research
ReStart Ukraine is an open (source) collective of researchers and practitioners that would begin exploring and developing the best ways to restore afflicted urban and rural areas after destruction of such scale.
For this position paper, the ARL compiled interdisciplinary perspectives from spatial development and spatial planning, public health services, epidemiology, economics and social sciences, and has condensed them into transdisciplinary recommendations for action.