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1 - 2 December 2014


The 17th European Forum on Eco-innovation

Lyon, France

The 17th European Forum on Eco-innovation will be held in Lyon (France) on 1 – 2 December 2014. The Forum will examine employment opportunities and challenges arising from the transition to a green and circular economy. These will be presented through the lens of the stakeholders: worker associations, businesses, citizens and city authorities.

The event will also identify and showcase eco-innovative solutions that can facilitate the up-skilling for green jobs and the greening of the labour market. It will take place at the eve of POLLUTEC 2014 (2 – 5 December) the 26th international exhibition of environmental equipments, technologies and services. It will include free access to the trade fair.

Participants to the forum are invited to attend the walking tours among chosen exhibitors and to participate to the B2B meetings at the Green Days.

Attendance at the Forum is free, however registration is required.

For more information, and to register, visit the link below.

10 - 11 December 2014


Safe Cities 2014

Madrid, Spain
Hotel Melia Avenida America

Urban centres are seeing increasing security complexity and threats and individual services working in isolation cannot ensure a safe city. National and local governments are responsible for ensuring that the different security services’ such as Counter Terrorism, Cyber Security and Emergency Services, collaborate on strategy, the technologies they use and that they are able to communicate effectively between themselves.

Safe Cities 2014 is brought to you by Informa Plc, producers of the Critical Communications World Series, Ovum Smart Cities Conference and LTE World Series. Bringing together this wealth of knowledge and expertise, Safe Cities 2014 will provide an opportunity for city leaders investing in safe cities to come together and share best practise in enabling inter-agency collaboration, effective communication, and better use of intelligence.

The event will cover integrated communications and technology, multi-agency collaboration, shared command and control, and intelligence and data management.

For more information, visit the Safe Cities website via the link below.