• Proceedings of the 2021 International Conference on Evolving Cities

    Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Evolving Cities

    The International Conference on Evolving Cities (ICEC2021) took place as a hybrid event (with both online and in-person delegates) in Southampton, UK from 22-24 September 2021. It brought together leading academics, policymakers, and industrialist to debate the role of cities in development, addressing climate change impacts and accelerating our transition to net-zero carbon. Over the course of three days, there were 11 keynotes, 49 oral presentations and 9 posters by delegates from 38 organisations from 19 countries. The themes of ICEC2021, facilitated debate in the most pressing areas facing cities. ICEC2021 was also part of the COP26 supporting events. This document covers the first Volume of submitted peer-reviewed papers for the 2nd International Conference on Evolving Cities (ICEC2021). Articles for Volume 2 are currently under review and will be published soon.

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    Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Evolving Cities

    The 3rd International Conference on Evolving Cities (ICEC 2022) had over 150 delegates who participated either online and in-person. The conference chairs would like to take this opportunity to thank the participants for helping to make ICEC 2022 a success.

    In the run-up to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27 conference in Egypt), ICEC 2022 brought together leading academics, policy-makers, regional and non-governmental organisations and the private sector to debate the major role of cities in tackling the climate crisis and accelerating the transition to net-zero carbon. These issues are reflected in the below conference themes.

    Over the course of the three days of the ICEC2022, there were 11 keynotes, 48 oral presentations and 10 posters by delegates from over 60 international and national organisations. Session topics covered planning and policy, low carbon comfort, artificial intelligence, modelling and local/community/municipal responses and solutions to sustainability targets. Participants were able to discuss ways to develop multi-stakeholder partnerships and implement innovative solutions to propel our cities towards healthier and low carbon pathways.