ETIC/RSET/SPSD Symposium 2015, Kanazawa

Sustainable Residential Areas

 

As cities strive to be adaptable to population change, climate change and the pressures of modernisation and globalisation, creating sustainable residential areas is key to providing liveable environments for inhabitants.  Sustainable residential areas provide housing for happy and healthy residents, prosperous social and cultural environments, and ensure a productive and motivated workforce for local economies.  In addition, as inhabitants become more diverse and hold their planners accountable for their living environments, their participation in planning is an important topic.  This year’s workshop will focus on the aspects of urban planning that create sustainable living areas for city residents over the long term, and also that encourage and accommodate the participation of residents in the urban planning of their cities.

 

 

Information

 

Dates:               Workshop and Welcome Dinner – Friday February 27th 2015

                        Workshop and Dinner – Saturday February 28th 2015

                        Kanazawa City Excursion – Sunday March 1st 2015



Organization Committee

Prof. Ryoko YAMAMOTO-IKEMOTO

Prof. HiraKazu SEKI

Prof. Masami FURUUTI

Prof. Zhenjiang SHEN

Assoc. Prof. MItsuhiko HATA

Assit. Prof. Ryo Honda

Symposium Secretaries

 

Ms. Tracey TAYLOR

Mr. Yuanyi ZHANG

Mr. Kyouhei HONDA

Mr. Zhuo LIU

MS. AKINE 

 

Stearing Committee of Environment/Eco-technocal Special Course,

Research Center of Sustainable Energy and Technology,

Kanazawa University


International Community of SPSD