The fifth global Understanding Risk forum will take place May 14-18, 2018 in Mexico City, Mexico at the Palacio de Minería. The first two days will be dedicated to side events, and the following three days (May 16 – 18) will be the main conference.
Drawing more than 500 participants, this annual conference hosts a number of sessions and events in the field of urban resilience and adaptation on a wide variety of topics including urban risk, resilient urban logistics, financing the resilient city, urban agriculture and food, smart infrastructure and many more.
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Co-located with the InterMET Asia conference, InterFlood Asia will focus on mitigating and managing the potentially catastrophic impacts of extreme weather and climate change on vital infrastructure, including water, energy, communications and transport, as well as vital social infrastructure such as health and education.
The fifth anniversary of InterMET Asia 2018 is bringing together the global weather and climate industry with those in the public and private sectors seeking to mitigate and manage the risks of extreme weather and climate change, and to understand the opportunities.
Cities 2030, Cities for all: Implementing the New Urban Agenda
The Ninth Session of the World Urban Forum will be the first session to focus on the implementation of the New Urban Agenda adopted in Habitat III. WUF9 will be instrumental to substantively feed into the inputs for the first report of the implementation of the New Urban Agenda.