All those seeking to shape a climate-resilient future for our cities and regions are cordially invited to attend the 2023 European Urban Resilience Forum (EURESFO) happening in Cascais, Portugal on 18-20 October!
In the environment of an accelerated transformation, where the post-pandemic recovery is challenged by an unstable conflict situation in Ukraine and the unprecedented scale and frequency of climate change impacts, the European Urban Resilience Forum aims to provide the space and time to discuss a shared vision to implement a European resilient transformation.
On the one hand, by looking back at the path that brought cities and regions together for the last 10 years of resilience fora, participants will be able to evaluate their performance and highlight challenges, missed opportunities as well as good practices. On the other hand, building on the EURESFO experience, they will discuss key opportunities to act better and quicker in the upcoming future.
Recap of #EURESFO22
The 9th edition of the European Urban Resilience Forum took place in Athens, Greece, from 14 to 15 September gathering city representatives, experts, and stakeholders working at the forefront of climate adaptation, urban resilience, and disaster risk management.
Once again, EURESFO provided an exceptional platform for 70+ speakers and 300+ participants from across Europe and abroad to come together in 17 sessions - on topics ranging from nature-based solutions, data availability, to digital twinning - to take stock and address challenges that cities are facing and outline opportunities for action.