45th International Making Cities Livable Conference on True Urbanism

March 30th, 2007
45th International Making Cities Livable Conference on True Urbanism: Designing for Social and Physical Health  
 
Start Date: Sunday, June 10, 2007
End Date: Thursday, June 14, 2007
Location: Portland, Ore.
Organization: International Making Cities Livable
Audience: International
Event Web site: Click here

The International Making Cities Livable Conferences were founded in 1985, and are held biannually in the United States and Europe. They are unique in enabling city officials, architects, planners, developers, community leaders, behavioral scientists, artists and others responsible for the livability of their cities to exchange experiences, ideas and expertise.

The conferences are based on the premise that the city is an organism, with interdependent social and physical elements, and that therefore, it is essential to understand the relationship between the built environment, patterns of urban social life, and city inhabitants’ experience of well-being.

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