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LIFE at the European Urban Resilience Forum 

The European Urban Resilience Forum (EURESFO) will take place on 19 and 20 October as a hybrid event. CINEA and LIFE will participate in the two-day gathering. 

  • Resilience | Climate change
  • to
  • Malmö, Sweden

Practical information

Where
Studio Meeting point
Nordenskiöldsgatan 24, 211 19 Malmö, Sweden
When
to
Languages
English
Website
Number of seats
Limited

Description

European Urban Resilience Forum
European Urban Resilience Forum 2021

19 October: 14:00 – 15:30  

Bernd Decker from CINEA will speak virtually in the session, ‘Innovative financing solutions for green and resilient cities’. He will talk about urban climate funding opportunities under the ongoing LIFE programme Calls for proposals.

Also, two LIFE projects will feature at EURESFO: 

19 October: 11:15 – 12:45  

A LIFE IP BE REEL! representative will present this project during the ‘Future-proofing Europe's building stock: Climate, social and material resilience’ session.  

20 October: 9:45 - 11:45 

And LIFE Roll-outClimAdapt will be showcased in the session: ‘A holistic approach towards climate neutrality: Integrating Climate Change Mitigation & Adaptation’. 

20 October: 11:45 - 13:00 

In addition, there will be a LIFE stand in the ‘Marketplace’ exhibition area. The stand will present information on the LIFE programme and its ongoing Calls for proposals. Representatives from LIFE IP BE REEL! and LIFE Roll-outClimAdapt will also participate.

See the full programme here.  

About the European Urban Resilience Forum  

The European Urban Resilience Forum (EURESFO) is a unique exchange platform for city representatives, experts, and stakeholders from local and regional institutions to discuss strategies, initiatives and actions for adapting to climate change and building urban resilience. Started in 2013, the event is an initiative from ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability and the European Environment Agency (EEA)