Join the 2023 European Urban Resilience Forum in Cascais, Portugal

When: October 18-20, 2023

Where: Cascais, Portugal

What to Expect

This year, the European Urban Resilience Forum (EURESFO) celebrates its 10th anniversary in Cascais, Portugal. An event of profound significance for those dedicated to shaping climate-resilient futures for our cities and regions.

Secure your spot to be part of this milestone event, where we reflect on a decade of progress: Register Now

Since its inception in 2013, EURESFO has served as a unique platform for city representatives, experts, and stakeholders. It’s a forum where discussions on strategies, initiatives, and actions for climate change adaptation, disaster management, and urban resilience take center stage.


EURESFO is a European initiative jointly driven by ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability, the European Environment Agency (EEA), and the City of Cascais. Returning partners like the Resilient Cities Network and the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction will continue to support program development.

EURESFO 2023 retains its “PowerPoint-free” promise, ensuring an informative, open, and interactive atmosphere. However, this year, the event has something special in store to commemorate its 10th anniversary.

Special surprises

Participants will have the unique opportunity to choose from five study visits to key resilience locations across Cascais. Additionally, a new Resilience Investment Forum, organized by UNDRR and the Making Cities Resilient 2030 initiative, promises to bring fresh perspectives and solutions to the table.

Join the EURESFO 2023 for a pivotal moment in the journey towards a resilient future for our cities and regions. Register today to ensure you don’t miss this landmark event.

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