15th Conference of the Council of Europe of Ministers Responsible for Spatial Planning (CEMAT)
Future Challenges: Sustainable Spatial Development of the European Continent in a Changing World
Moscow, Russian FederatioN, 8-9 July 2010
The 15th Conference of the Council of Europe of Ministers Responsible for Spatial/Regional Planning (CoE/CEMAT) on the theme “Future Challenges: Sustainable Spatial Development of the European Continent in a Changing World”. The Conference which also celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the CEMAT was held from 8 to 9 July 2010 in Moscow (Russian Federation).
This Conference, which was jointly organised by the Council of Europe and the Ministry of Regional Development of the Russian Federation, followed the Third Council of Europe Summit of Heads of State and Government and aimed at coordinating sustainable territorial development in Europe.
The Ministers of the member states of the Council of Europe discussed and developed new approaches to meet the challenges which European countries now face. The Conference also proved instrumental in fostering a reinforced co-operation on territorial matters throughout Europe.
- Resolution No. 1 on The contribution of essential services to the sustainable spatial development of the European Continent
- Resolution No 2 on The Pan-European Charter of rural heritage: for a sustainable territorial development
- Resolution No 3 on the organisation of the 16th Session of the Council of Europe Conference of Ministers responsible for Spatial/Regional Planning
- Moscow Declaration on Future challenges: sustainable spatial development of the European continent in a changing world