The International Conference on Urban Climate (ICUC) is the flagship event of IAUC and it usually occurs every 3 years.

The ICUC meetings are preeminent events for the presentation of research on urban climate, at all scales. This conference brings together a diverse international community of researchers, urban planners and designers, and policymakers. The conference will provide an international forum where world-leading experts on urban climate can discuss modern developments in research alongside the application of climatic knowledge to the design of better cities.

ICUC history: 

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP) both ran successful international conferences on urban climate between the 1960s-80s. In 1989, these endeavours came together in the form of joint meetings under the name International Conference on Urban Climatology (ICUC).  The International Association for Urban Climate (IAUC) assumed responsibility for these conferences in 2003 with the meeting in Lodz, Poland. 

ICUC conferences are now held every 3 years and bring together more than 600 delegates from 55 countries.   

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