Dissemination Event with Center for Khmer Studies


Joint Build4People Webinar with Center for Khmer Studies: »Urban Climate in the Planning Process«.

The speakers of this event were invited by Prof. Dr. Lutz Katzschner, leader of Build4People Work Package #5 “Urban Climate”.

The whole Build4People team would like to express its sincere thanks to all of the staff of CKS for preparing and managing this event, most of all to its interim director Samedy Soung and to Dr. Alan L. Kolata, who moderated the webinar in a very dedicated way.

This was already the 2nd dissemination event of Build4People’s cooperation with CKS. The next one will deal with issues of behaviour change led by our colleagues from Build4People Work Package #1, Magdeburg University, and take place on 24 June 2022.

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