Sustainable placemaking in a resilient, net zero world. Are we nearing a tipping point?
16 January 2023
APAC sessions from 12:00 – 16:00 CST / MEA sessions 09:00 – 16:00 GST / Europe sessions 09:00 – 17:00 CET / UK 08:00 – 18:00 GMT / Americas sessions 09:00 – 13:00 EST
Free for members/non-members
Over the next 30 years, urban and rural green spaces will come under increasing pressure, as the world’s urban population grows to more than six and a half billion. Striking the balance between dense, low-impact urban development and liveable, green, and human-friendly city environments has never been more pressing.
With record-breaking temperatures and rainfall across the planet, sustainability and climate resilience have never been more prominent in the minds of businesses, policymakers and society.
World Built Environment Forum Week celebrates the latest and best thinking from across the built and natural environment. The weeklong schedule showcases the latest innovations, practices, and case studies for delivering sustainable and equitable places and spaces. It brings together a global network of senior professionals, industry thought leaders and policy makers.
WBEF Week will include combination of live and interactive sessions, panels, meetings and forums. It will be live streamed, and the schedule tailored to different regional audiences around the world. The main programme will be recorded and available on demand, so wherever you are, you won’t miss out on any content.
WBEF Week will explore:
“A great insight into the high-level thinking that is looking to get the issues addressed regarding new and existing building stock to help in reducing the footprint generated by humans.”
“It is one of the best international professional organisations for the built environment and worth to join their communities.”
“It will inspire you about how to be green and manage the facilities in a sustainable manner and good for you.”