Institute For Engineering Research and Publication(IFERP)
Cities are incredibly dynamic sources of education, employment and commerce, social gatherings and recreation. They are the nerve centres of the modern global economy and as such continue to attract rural migrants in search of a better quality of life. Reflecting this, the urban fraction of the world's over seven billion strong population has reached parity with the rural population. But too often, the aspirations of migrants are not realised. For example, the number of slum dwellings is estimated to have increased from sixty five million in 1990 to eight hundred and sixty three million in 2010, with most lacking access to modern energy services, clean water and sanitation. This situation is likely to worsen until 2050, when the world population is expected to increase to well over nine billion and its urban fraction to three quarters; mainly in developing countries.
Given that cities are responsible for approximately eighty percent of global resource consumption, the potential negative environmental consequences are profound. There is therefore a global imperative to comprehend how this urban growth can be managed. The 'IFERP International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Sustainable Designs of Future Cities' aims to do exactly that.View More
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