Join us for a transformative exploration into the realm of city resilience at the Bondor Metecno City Resilience Symposium on February 14, 2024. This event is a convergence of global leaders, architects, urban designers, and professionals in a discourse that addresses the challenges posed by climate extremes, economic uncertainties, and community stress.
Taking place at the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane on February 14, 2024, this symposium is a deep dive into the profound concept and practice of city resilience. As we navigate the challenges posed by climate extremes, economic uncertainties, and ecological degradation, architects, urban designers, and industry professionals will collectively explore innovative solutions.
This event focuses on the 'wicked' problems that cities worldwide face and delves into the new science, approaches, and collaborative efforts essential for overcoming these challenges. Join our distinguished speakers, including Carol Ross Barney, Professor Esther Charlesworth, Maree Grenfell, Peter Newman, Sarah Bell, and Jeremy McLeod, as they share global perspectives and case studies. Be part of this pivotal conversation shaping the design dimensions of city resilience and influencing the capacity of our cities to thrive in the face of chronic stress and acute shocks. Secure your spot now to be at the forefront of shaping resilient urban futures.