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Call for Papers: "Step Into the Future" of Walkable and Livable Communities

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    Call for Papers: Step into the Future The 2012 International Conference on Walking and Sustainable Cities We are pleased to announce that Walk 21
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      Call for Papers: Step into the Future
      The 2012 International Conference on Walking and Sustainable Cities

      We are pleased to announce that Walk 21 <http://www.walk21.com/>  and EMBARQ
      Mexico <http://www.ctsmexico.org/> have partnered to host the joint XIII
      International Walking and Liveable Communities Conference and VII
      International Congress on Sustainable Transport on September 30 to October
      4, 2012 in Mexico City.

      The CALL FOR PAPERS is out now!

      Available in English
      <http://www.walk21.com/uploads/File/Mexico%20City%202012%20Call.pdf>
       and Spanish <http://www.walk21.com/uploads/File/llamadoespanolfinal.pdf> .

      Proposals are due by March 9, 2012.

      Please submit your proposal online here
      <http://www.congresotransportesustentable.org/registro-de-ponencias> .

      You are invited to submit a proposal against the following themes:

      Inclusion: the city of the future offers an accessible, integrated and
      inclusive mobility

      Trust: the city of the future can be enjoyed securely, with confidence and
      certainty

      Well-being: the city of the future allows its people to breathe, move
      freely, safely and be healthy

      Community: the city of the future has active citizens and is supported by a
      responsible government

      More details of the conference are available on the EMBARQ Mexico conference
      website: http://www.congresotransportesustentable.org/




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