The Resilient Cities 2019 Program Overview is out!
We are thrilled to announce that our program overview is online! While it will be still subject to adjustments, it offers an outline of the topics we will discuss, the theme tracks we will feature and the special elements for this 10th anniversary edition!
Stay tuned for updates and register now to benefit from our early bird fees!
Site Visits during the Congress
Discover innovative initiatives from Germany, while touring with experts during the site visits!
Resilient Cities 2019 will offer five exciting site visits to present know-how and best practices in disaster risk management, Nature-Based Solutions, and protection of cultural and natural heritage from the German perspective.
The site visits are organized by our esteemed partners: The Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK); The German Committee for Disaster Reduction (DKKV); The Fire and Rescue Service of the Federal City of Bonn; and The City of Essen.
We are pleased to announce that Mr. Norbert Barthle, Parliamentary State Secretary to the German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), has joined our esteemed group of Co-Patrons.
Seize the opportunity to become a congress exhibitor! Showcase your projects and innovative sustainability solutions while engaging directly with a wide range of resilience experts and cities officials.
Demonstrate your leadership, promote cutting-edge city solutions and contribute to the sustainability and resilience agenda worldwide. Become a sponsorof Resilient Cities 2019!
Special Message from ICLEI Secretary General
Breaking down silos and achieving deep, systemic change across our cities and regions is ICLEI’s goal. Our Secretary General Gino Van Begin shares key events this year to make it happen, including Resilient Cities 2019.
European Urban Resilience Forum
Join the annual European Urban Resilience Forum (former Open European Day), taking place back to back with Resilient Cities on 25 June2019 in Bonn, Germany.
The Forum will bring together leaders, practitioners and stakeholders from European cities and regions of all sizes to discuss strategies and actions for adapting to climate change and building urban resilience. Participation is free of charge. Register now!