Finalists 2019

The Finals of the 2019 Livcom Awards takes place at the University of Rome Tor Vergata from 11th to 13th December in conjunction with the Third International Conference on Green Urbanism. Up until late October, a total of 22 cities and 34 projects from over 30 countries have been invited to the Finals; more than 50 papers will also be shared at the Finals.

The Finals Presentation will take place in 5 rooms. Cities presentation will be divided into Categories A, B, C, D and E based on the total population. Presentations of Categories A to D must not exceed 35 minutes (may include a digital video disk of no longer than 10 minutes duration). Presentations of Category E must not exceed 55 minutes (including a video of no more than 10 minutes); The time for the presentation of natural and built projects is no more than 35 minutes; while the Presentations of Case Category and Technology and Solution Project is within 15-20 minutes.

Finalists - Whole City

Haapsalu Estonia A
Birgu Malta A
Rakvere  Estonia A
Kaposvar Hungary B
Larnaca Cyprus B
Jihlava Czech Republic B
Águeda Portugal B
Pirot Serbia B
Tartu Estonia C
Jiangshan China C
St. Cloud USA C
Douz Tunisia C
Gdynia Poland D
Oulu Finland D
Bergen Norway D
Xicheng District, Beijing China D
Ambon Indonesia D
Vienna Austria E
Jinan China E
Lisbon Portugal E
Thane India E
Tirana Albania E



Project Section

Gdynia Open Poland
Al Sayeda Aisha Heritage Square Project Egypt
OekoBusiness Vienna Austria
Renewable Energy Efficiency Initiative (REEI) USA
Michigan Climate Action Plans USA
Impact of particulate matter (PM) emissions from transport near the Long Beach on the air quality in the Los Angeles County USA
THE GREEN LOOP,Saint-Etienne France
3RD TRAMWAY LINE,Saint-Etienne France
Renovation of Haapsalu Castle Estonia
Bokashi,Soil improvement project for sustainable Communities Netherlands
GULPEN-WITTEM,Electric car sharing project for sustainability Netherlands
Impacts of nature-based solutions on the urban atmospheric environment: Eindhoven Netherlands
RiDiamo, Recycling and reuse project for urban wastes Italy
Palbok restoration project of art factories Republic of Korea
Hydrangea and flower sea of Hakka village Taiwan,China
Exploring the Technical Strategy of Zero-Waste City Hong Kong,China
Urban Greening Strategy For The Dense, Compact City Of Kolkata India
Hortas Comunitárias in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Performance of L-shaped Mini Louvers in Cooling Load Energy Reduction Japan
Robotic Fabrication of Timber Structures in Architecture Based on Analysis of Wooden Buildings Japan
Smart Energy Infrastructure & Technology: Assessing Community Preparedness For Residential Solar Uptake Australia
The Potential of Benghazi Lakes and Wetlands in Achieving Sustainable Master Plan Libya
100 Resilient Cities Network: Amman Jordan
One Man’s Trash: Reusing Construction And Other Municipal Wastes To Relieve The Pressure On Urban Soils UK
A Comparative Study of Spanish mid-sized Smart Cities from the Citizen´s Perspective Spain
Consultative Hubs for Democracy within Neighborhoods in Muscat Oman
Innovative Sustainable Strategies to Mobility and Urban Transport Problems in Benghazi Libya
Growing Wood for the Use in the Construction Field: The Potential of Albasia Wood as Indonesian Local Wood Indonesia
Mobile Environmental Measurement Laboratory Using Electric Vehicles For Smart Cities Colombia
Urban Climate Modelling Supporting Climate Change Adaptation In Small- To Medium-Sized Cities In Austria Austria
Urban EcoMobility Hub in Mexico City:The design of active transportation systems.
Empirical Modelling Of Ground Borne Vibration Imposed By Road Traffic On Soft Ground Malaysia
Sustainable Urbanization Strategies For Social Inclusion And The Environmental Recovery Of The Matanza Riachuelo River Basin. Argentina
Open Green Space Planning: Example Of Konya Seydişehir Turkey