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Climate intelligent city (eco)design: the benefits of urban climate services


Climate intelligent city (eco)design: the benefits of urban climate services


Due to the high concentration of people, infrastructure and economic activity, cities are extremely vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, such as heat waves and flash floods. In addition, dense concentrations of impervious artificial surfaces, such as buildings, roads, and pavements – typical of urban areas – tend to amplify climate extremes, and hence costs.

Given this vulnerability, it is clear that cities are in need of tailor-made urban climate information that accounts for their particular physical and socio-economic characteristics so as to assist decision-making at local government level.

Cities have a unique opportunity to use advanced climate services to become greener, safer and to enhance the quality of life of their inhabitants. This two-hour event, organised within the framework of the H2020 project Climate-Fit, will showcase how three urban sectors – urban planning, active mobility and emergency management – benefit from tailored urban climate services and facilitate the (eco)design of intelligent cities.

Speakers include urban climate information providers and users (city planners) as well as EU and national decision-makers.

Cities, regions, businesses and EU officials are invited to discuss and challenge the market potential of urban climate services while learning about their benefits.

Click here for a detailed programme


The event is free of charge.

Lunch will be served before the event from 12:00.


The event is an official partner event of the EU Green Week taking place from 21 to 25 May. The theme for this year is Green Cities for a Greener Future.

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Registration remains open until the event begins, provided there is available space. Please note that lunch will be included only for those participants who have registered before the day of the event.

When | From 22/05/2018 to 22/05/2018

Where | VLEVA Auditorium, Av. de Cortenbergh 71, Brussels, Belgium

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Climate Fit 2017-2019 PUCS. All rights reserved.
European Union’s H2020 Research and Innovation Programme is developed as part of the PUCS project, which has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No. 73004