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INTA World Urban Development 37th Congress

12/2/2013 8:36:58 AM

The Hanoi Congress will be enlivened by several plenary sessions and parallel workshops that are platforms to share views and ideas on Urban Development in a Changing World. The parallel Workshops offer a critical review of a variety of urban projects, and are structured to encourage discussions. Plenary sessions bring together economic, political and urban leaders to share their experiences. Master Classes are occasion to exchange in-depth analysis with an experienced keynote speaker who is at the forefront of the production of knowledge in his or her field.

Urban Development in a Changing World

Developing sustainable and resilient living communities: new public policy, new business agenda 

The world is now predominantly urban. Yet our cities are facing unprecedented challenges on their ability to cope with global shifts and change we cannot easily predict. Globalisation, consumerism, the free play of various forces, and rapid urbanisation accelerate the process of unification of the built environment. At the same time, increasing individualism pushes the demand for greater diversity in the city allowing for small scale, user-defined development leading to a fragmented city. 

In an age of lean governments and public austerity, success in developing sustainable living in resilient cities depends on one side on the capacity of local authorities to work better with their private counterpart, on the other side on the ability of the business sector to integrate sustainability and responsible urban development goals into its agenda. 

On the one hand the crisis that challenges conventional approaches, and on the other hand transformation that creates new opportunities push towards a different urban development policy better articulated with housing, economic and commercial trends, and transportation planning to ensure citizens an improved quality of life.

Local public authorities and private developers, alongside the construction industry, participate equally in the reconstruction of the City to improve the quality of life of the residents.

Each is committed to sustainable development to design and construct "smarter" city that will make it in harmony with its environment. This commitment involves integrating new technical requirements, designing different urban projects and programs, and contributing to sustainable development, particularly through the implementation of Eco-Cities. Critical changes, challenges and possible solutions towards developing sustainable living communities compose a new urban environment in a changing world.

Governments and local authorities, developers, planners, investors and policy makers are all facing these issues, which impacts are socially significant. These are the terms of the debate of the INTA37 World Annual Congress in Hanoi.

Emerging markets and developing countries now account for 50% of global GDP and 75 % of global growth, and demography will further accentuate the shift of the centre of economic gravity to new Regions and to Asia in particular. Thus the relevance to hold the INTA 37th Congress in Vietnam. 

INTA37 Hanoi Themes

·      The overload of urbanisation creates pressure on existing public policies in terms of provision of housing for all, planned localisation of industrial activities, demand for more and better mobility connecting city centre, periphery and peri-urban territories leading to the notion of Balanced and Intense City;

·      Public finance frugality can be achieved by a greater optimisation of urban services through innovation and wider use of technology leading to the notion of Smart City;

·      Climate change as result of human action can be mitigated by reduction of gas emissions and a transition towards less carbon-based energy consumption; that is the overall ambition of the Eco-City development principle. Prevention of natural disaster such as flooding is better addressed by creative planning and design, effective land use control and specific wetlands management leading to the notion of Resilient City;

·       Taking into account the trends in the residential economy, and matching the need of the emerging (or dwindling) middle class in terms of rental housing and services are encapsulated in the notion of Affordable City;

·      Poverty reduction is also linked to urban regeneration conducted in the interest of the local residents by activating the cultural and innovative skills of local communities, a central component of Soft Urbanism;

·      Role and responsibility of the urban actors in developing an inclusive city and a "Next Generation Home" call for a New Business Agenda for the private sector.

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