What could be done to make your city or community more liveable, more walkable? Do you have ideas to share, or would you like to learn about cities around the world who are leading the way in creating environments that encourage us all to move more and sit less?
Walk21 Hong Kong is the 17th annual conference on walking and liveable communities, and is open to anyone passionate about exploring ways to encourage more physical activity at a community level.
From 3-7 October 2016, come along to the Hong Kong Convention Centre and hear how Hong Kong is become one of Asia’s most walkable cities, and what this means to you and where you live. Explore the bridges, back alleys, pavements, flyovers and tunnels that comprise Hong Kong’s walkable spaces. professors, captains of industry, architects, urban planners, city mayors and walking advocates from more than 20 countries from Asia, Europe, Africa, the Americas and Australia will share their research, stories and experiences around urban walkability.
Learn how pedestrian-first environments encourage economic growth, social inclusion and health and wellbeing. Experience how “pedestrian-first” environments promote economic growth, social inclusion and health and wellbeing. Learn about emerging trends, build networks and have an impact on local policy agendas.
It isn’t too late to sign up! Register and Join over 500 delegates and have a say in the walkability of your city. To find out more, visit the Walk21 Hong Kong website.