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Our Mission

The Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization is a New York based, non-for-profit organization 501(c)(3) formed to promote ​a better understanding of the role of sustainable urbanization and resilient design in the planning of our cities.

Our purpose is to advocate for responsible and enlightened planning and design. We believe that a cross-sectoral approach can reduce the negative impact of mass migration to cities and improve the quality of life for all. We are committed to make urbanization sustainable.

We connect the global thought leaders concerned with urbanization in order to exchange ideas in high-level meetings and public forums. We disseminate information on-line, in print and in conferences. Our focus is on replicable ideas and concepts, best practices and speculative proposals.

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Your input and feedback is requested:

In our effort to expand and promote sustainable urbanization around the world, we are working on a strategy to attract supporters and advocates. If you are interested in collaborating with us in any way, please reach out to us, we would love to hear from you. Either email us at consortiumsu@gmail.com or “like” or message us on Facebook, and we will get back to you. Thank you!

 
Upcoming Events

To Be Announced

Recent Events

Gateway Portals to the City:
Infrastructure for Sustainable Urbanization
United Nations Headquarters, New York
May 19, 2017; 10 AM to 6PM
Event details

CSU participation at the 26th session of the Governing Council of UN-Habitat
United Nations, Nairobi, Kenya
8 - 12 May 2017

The New Urban Agenda and the Future of Cities
UN Headquarters, New York
25 October 2016

CSU Event on Migration and Refugees
UN Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III)
17-20 October 2016 Quito, Ecuador

World Cities Day
UN Headquarters, New York
31 October 2016

Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants: Critical Challenges for Sustainable Urbanization
18 May 2016 - See webcast
UN Headquarters, New York


A Critical Climate Change Debrief: COP21, Paris
Center for Architecture, New York
26 January 2016


 


 

We are committed to making urbanization sustainable

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