Urban Transitions 2020

Integrating urban and transport planning, environment and health for healthier urban living

10-12 November 2020 | Sitges, Barcelona, Spain

Coronavirus

We understand you may be concerned about not being able to attend due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 situation. Rest assured that we will refund your registration fee, with no penalty, should you wish to cancel during the uncertainty of the outbreak.

The Elsevier conference team take the safety and well-being of their entire delegation and community very seriously. We will therefore be implementing a number of enhanced hygiene and cleaning measures, in collaboration with our conference venues, when our events take place. We will also of course, be following appropriate social distancing measures, to keep everyone safe throughout the conference.
This is coupled with our promise to refund your registration fee, with no penalty, should you wish to cancel during the uncertainty of the outbreak.


Abstract deadline extended to 4 September 2020.

Urban Transitions 2020 aims to promote healthy urban development by bringing together different disciplines working within cities. Meet world leading experts on urban and transport planning, architecture, environmental exposure assessment, environmental epidemiology, physical activity, climate change, and public health and governance to discuss current challenges and solutions.


Conference Chair:

Mark J Nieuwenhuijsen, ISGlobal, Spain

Keynote presentations and workshops will be supplemented by concurrent oral presentations and poster sessions for which abstracts are invited by 4 September 2020.


Topics include:

  • Cities (concepts)
  • Land use and transport (interrelations, planning, design and engineering)
  • Planning, environment and health (exposures, epidemiology, health impacts)
  • Nature based solutions/green cities
  • Justice and inequality
  • Engagement, impacts and education

View the extended list of topics

Target audience

This conference will be of interest to researchers, policy makers and practitioners in:

  • Urban planning
  • Architecture
  • Transport planning
  • Environmental science and exposure assessment
  • Climate change
  • Public health (epidemiologists, health impact assessment)
  • Citizens science
  • Social science
  • Policy and decision making

Join the Conversation

#urbantransitions2020

Supporting publications

supporting-publications-new

Organised by

Organiser

Supported by