Why Is Spatial Planning Important?

Why Is Spatial Planning Important? Why is Spatial Planning Important? is the title of the next presentation hosted by the Centre for Regional Geography. Marcel Ionescu-Heroiu, Senior Urban Development Specialist at the World Bank, proposes a dialogue with all those…

Magnet Cities, a World Bank Report Discussed in the Geographical Academic Environment

Magnet Cities, a World Bank Report Discussed in the Geographical Academic Environment The findings of the report Magnet Cities. Migration and Commuting in Romania were presented on the 21st of March 2019 also at the Centre for Regional Geography as…

How Attractive Are the Romanian Cities? – A New Debate in the Series of “CGR Meetings”

How Attractive Are the Romanian Cities? – A New Debate in the Series of “CGR Meetings” A new presentation in the series of “CGR Meetings” will be given by Dr. Marius Cristea, Consultant in the World Bank’s office in Bucharest,…

An “Intelligent” Debate on Urban and Territorial Planning

An “Intelligent” Debate on Urban and Territorial Planning On Thursday, 28 February 2019, the Centre for Regional Geography hosted the third event in the series of CGR Meetings. The event was marked by the presentation on Intelligent Territories given by Claudiu-Daniel…

The Series of “CGR Meetings” Continues with a Debate on Intelligent Territories

The Series of “CGR Meetings” Continues with a Debate on Intelligent Territories A new debate on territorial development will be held on Thursday, February 28, 2019, at 4 p.m., at the headquarters of the Centre for Regional Geography, 5-7 Clinicilor…

New Debate in the Series of “CGR Meetings” Placed under the Sign of Love for the City

New Debate in the Series of “CGR Meetings” Placed under the Sign of Love for the City During the second event, a debate on the Urban Planning Landmarks of Cluj-Napoca, architect Ionel Vitoc and the debate participants brought new reflections…

Urban Planning Landmarks of Cluj-Napoca – A New Debate in the Series of “CGR Meetings”

Urban Planning Landmarks of Cluj-Napoca – A New Debate in the Series of “CGR Meetings” The Centre for Regional Geography continues the series of debates “CGR Meetings” with the second event, a debate on “Urban Planning Landmarks of Cluj-Napoca”. The…

The Presentation on “Urban Mobility in Cluj-Napoca” Opens the Series of Debates under the Heading “CGR Meetings”

The Presentation on “Urban Mobility in Cluj-Napoca” Opens the Series of Debates under the Heading “CGR Meetings” Associate Professor Norbert Petrovici, from the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work at Babeş-Bolyai University, gave a presentation on Urban Mobility in Cluj-Napoca…

The Centre for Regional Geography Initiates the Series of “CGR Meetings

The Centre for Regional Geography Initiates the Series of “CGR Meetings Beginning with December 2018, the Centre for Regional Geography initiates a series of meetings aimed at discussing territorial development issues. The meetings are addressed to academics, researchers, students, and…

Development Strategy for the Commune of Aiton – a Long-Term Strategy for the Local Community

Development Strategy for the Commune of Aiton – a Long-Term Strategy for the Local Community Elaborated in 2013 and published a year later, the Development Strategy for the Commune of Aiton, coordinated by Professor Pompei Cocean, brings to the local…