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Greetings,

Under the patronage of H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance, and Chairman of Dubai Municipality, The Environmental Center for Arab Towns is organising the Second conference on “Green Cities” on 28th and 29th November 2010 at the InterContinental Hotel Dubai Festival City in the Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Green Cities Conference offers the delegates a unique forum for exchanging ideas and discussing recent green city initiatives across the region. The conference is expected to bring together more than 500 delegates including leading figures in the field from around the world including officials, academicians and practitioners.

We would like to take this opportunity to inform you that the nomination is now open to participate on this year’s conference. The conference will provide a great opportunity to show the commitment towards keeping the environment green.  The conference will also be a great platform to build and reinforce relationships, lead discussion of the key issues, and demonstrate the ability to respond to issues that can sustain our environment.

The conference will be covering the following topics:

• Green City Goals, Policies, Indicators, Green City Branding

• Green City Management of Land, Energy, Water & Wastes

• Green Future Cities / Zero Carbon Cities

• Green Building Codes

• Cool Green Cities - Urban Heat Islands,  impacts and solutions

• Success Stories from Built Environment

• Green Transport

• Green Hotel

• Green Lifestyles

• Green Economy

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to join and take part in this ground breaking congress and meet the experts, share your thoughts, discuss debate, learn and share. For further information, please contact us on +971 4 3369686 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

We look forward to meeting you at the event.

Yours sincerely,

Eng. Mohamed Al Noori       

Director of Environmental Centre for Arab Towns

 
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The Environmental Centre for Arab Towns is pleased to announce the second International conference, EnviroCities 2010, under the title, "Green Cities." on 28-29 November 2010.

With two-thirds of the humanity expected to live in cities by 2050, the future of our lives and the generations to come is dependent upon our care and concern for our cities. Today's cities witness a residential and industrial boom that lead to increased emissions of air pollutants, augmented production of waste, lack of vegetation, the loss of biodiversity and other negative effects that threaten life on Earth.  It is therefore indispensable for all who are associated with cities of the future, to have a fine understanding of the green city concepts, standards and tools to achieve and maintain a safe, healthy and sustainable city environment.

 “Green Cities” is a modern global concept, drawn out from various sustainable engineering and environmental ideas and practices like the Green Buildings, Sustainable Transport, A forestation, Renewable Energy and Green Economy.

Green Buildings provide a safe and healthy environment, in addition to comfort and economic benefits.

Sustainable Transport aims at low footprint means of transport, enhanced mass transport networks that reduce air pollution and thereby adverse impacts from global warming.

A forestation and permanent attention to greenery reduce the rate of environmental pollution. A forestation and the establishment of the parks have also become the features that reflect the civilization of nations and progress of people.

Renewable Energy is an opportunity for a better life because it is energy derived from natural resources, which is renewable and cannot be depleted or exhausted and is also clean and cheap.

Green Economy includes sustainable economic policies and activities that prevent resource depletion, and environmental degradation, create green jobs and ensure real sustainable economic growth aimed to become green prosperous cities

 
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