The Liveable City of the Future
Germany at World Urban Forum 11 | 26–30 June 2022, Katowice, Poland
The World Urban Forum (WUF), established by the United Nations in 2001 is a biennial conference attended by countries from all over the world addressing the rapid urbanisation worldwide. The conference provides a unique opportunity for exchanging views and experiences on sustainable urbanisation internationally.
Especially the climate emergency, the massive disruption and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cities and communities, the growing inequalities and ongoing conflicts in Ukraine, Syria, Yemen and across the world have amplified the urgency of securing sustainable urban futures.
Impressions of the German Pavilion @ WUF11
With fond memories we look back to this year’s World Urban Forum in Katowice, Poland. We captured a few impressions of the German Pavilion that we would like to share with you.
Publications and Media
The German Pavilion will operate paperless and city displays will provide information on Germany’s contribution to sustainable urban development for those visiting us on site. For those seeking information online, will find the same extent of information provided in our Resource Hub.
On Site | WUF11, Katowice, Poland
The German Pavilion at WUF11
Visitors of the German Pavilion at WUF11 were able to enjoy various features, resembling the idea of a liveable city of the future: an urban jungle.