EUGIC 2017 Budapest is a dynamic, interactive and exciting high-level event supported by the European Union.

EUGIC 2017 Budapest welcomes partnerships with institutes, organisations, NGOs and other associations as Endorsers.

Benefits of endorsing EUGIC 2017 Budapest

All Members of Endorsing organisations receive the discount ticket of 200 EUR (33% discount from 300 EUR) for both conference days and access to the EUGIC 2017 Urban Green Infrastructure Awards Ceremony on the evening of Day 1, 29 November.

Information on the EUGIC 2017 Awards is here.

Endorsing organisations also receive excellent visibility on the EUGIC 2017 Budapest website and all associated conference materials, press releases and listed with logo and organisation details in the EUGIC 2017 Budapest printed conference brochure. Endorsers are also listed as a partner on the EUGIC 2017 Budapest homepage.

Please contact the conference office for more information on becoming an Endorser.  We look forward to working with you and welcoming you to EUGIC 2017 Budapest.

E: partnership@eugic.events
T: +36 1 398 0135

EUGIC 2017 Budapest is endorsed by

IUCN  International Union for Conservation of Nature

All Member Associations of the EFB – European Federation of Green Roof & Green Wall Associations

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WGIN World Green Infrastructure Network

ICLEI Europe – Local Governments for Sustainability

IFLA – International Federation of Landscape Architects

Green City Hungary

MUTK – Hungarian Urban Knowledge Centre – Magyar Urbanisztikai Tudásközpont




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IALE UK – International Association for Landscape Ecology

Salzburg Global Seminar

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Global Nature Fund

Morgenstadt – City of the Future

IAUC – International Association for Urban Climate

UK Green Infrastructure Partnership

ZEOSZ Green Roof Association Hungary

The Landscape Institute

Scandinavian Green Infrastructure Association – SGIA

ASoP – Asociatia Peisagistilor Din Romania – Romanian Landscape Architects Association

ISOCARP – International Society of City and Regional Planners

The International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) is a global association of experienced professional planners. It was founded in 1965 in a bid to bring together recognised and highly-qualified planners in an international network. The ISOCARP network brings together individual and institutional members from more than 80 countries worldwide. As a non-governmental organisation, ISOCARP is recognised by the UN, UNHCS and the Council of Europe. www.isocarp.org

CENS – Centre for Ecological Noosphere Studies, National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Armenia

HDKA – Croatian Association of landscape Architects

ESSRG – Environmental Social Science Research Group

Team London Bridge

Biotope City Journal

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