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2nd International Conference on China’s Urban Development and Planning and the First International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference

 Beijing, 9th-11th June 2007

 

Conference theme

Sustainable and Harmonious Urban Development: Changing Economy, Society and Environment in the Era of Globalization 

 

China is experiencing rapid urbanization at an unprecedented scale, attracting worldwide attention. Following the successful First International Conference on China’s Urban Development and Planning in June 2006, the Ministry of Construction of China and the organizational committee including International Association for China Planning (IACP) and Urban Planning Society of China (UPSC) are calling for papers for the 2nd International Conference and the First International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference.

 

The event receives full support from and is led by the Ministry of Construction and the Ministry of Culture of China, the central administrations in charge of urban development and planning and cultural development in China. The IACP has members consisting of planners and planning educators interested in China’s urban development issues all over the world. UPSC is China’s leading planning organization for practitioners as well as planning educators. The 1st conference attracted over 1000 planners and planning officials from China and abroad. We believe the 2007 conference will attract even more attendees and make a significant contribution to China’s healthy urban development in the future.

 

Conference Topics and Tracks

  1. Impact of globalization on city planning

  2. Developments in planning theory

  3. Planning process, regulation, and transformation of government

  4. Urban infrastructure and transportation

  5. Urban land use planning and urban master plan revision

  6. Sustainable development, environmental protection and disaster prevention planning

  7. Local public finance and real estate development

  8. Urban design, landscape planning, and the quality of life

  9. Sustainability of development zones and high-tech development strategies

  10. Roundtable discussion: The directors of city planning bureaus in China and USA: Exchange of city planning and management experiences.

 

Abstract Submission

Please submit your paper abstract of 400 words, in English, including the title, the name(s) of author(s), affiliation, contact address, telephone and email address, to iacp-bod@uwm.edu by the deadline.

 

Additional contact / enquires can be made to: Professor Tingwei Zhang (tzhang@uic.edu) or Professor Fulong Wu (wuf@cardiff.ac.uk).

 

Important Deadlines

Abstract Submission: 1st March 2007

Notification of Acceptance: 10th March 2007

 

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