Outdoor activity infrastructure requires less budget than indoor facilities but can serve a larger number of users. Authorities are realising that physical activity spaces in urban areas and in nature improve life and attract citizens and tourists. What does “Active living” mean for developing cities and providing infrastructure? Which good practices can we learn from? How to offer outdoor infrastructure and preserve nature at the same time?
With the support of The University of Southern Denmark (SDU) and the two IAKS Expert Circles on Urban Activity Areas and on Nature Activity Areas, we invite national and international executives to attend a comprehensive programme including facility visits.
Delegates: Municipal parks and sports departments, urban planners, landscape architects, scientists
Conference language: English
The event opens on 5 October with the guided tours of Athletics Exploratorium and SDU Sports Science facilities. The networking dinner on Wednesday night is the perfect moment to connect, network and create new ties to both national and international experts from the sports and leisure facility sector.
The conference on 6 October will see the importance of physical activity opportunities for outdoor physical activity; walkable cities as drivers of change; Trail Centres for outdoor sports in the cities of Kolding and Silkeborg; and the multi-user facility at Fuglsang lake Water as an example of sports for all. Two panel discussions will explore „Active living and urban development“ and „Outdoor infrastructure for active living“; rounded up by the impact of climate change and sustainability on outdoor activity areas.
Registration fee including coffee breaks and lunch (regular rate from 12 September on):
EUR 75 for full-time students
EUR 195 for IAKS Members
EUR 295 for Non-Members
Networking dinner on 5 October (without beverages): EUR 50
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