Stakeholders Webinar Spring Series

Stakeholders Webinar Spring Series

Don’t miss CircularB’s Stakeholder Webinar Spring Series!

Launched in April, CircularB’s Stakeholder Webinar Series aims to facilitate knowledge sharing among stakeholders from different regions, including academics, policymakers, investors, and industry professionals.

Hosted by the BUILD UP platform, these webinars are an open opportunity for discussion, sharing of best practices, and collaboration among stakeholders to advance circular economy principles in the construction sector. The first three webinars have been a resounding success, providing valuable insights and unique networking opportunities. We are confident that the upcoming webinars will be equally beneficial.

Webinar 1: Academia and Research

This webinar highlighted research activities and innovations promoting circularity in the built environment. Key presentations included an award-winning approach to valorizing earthquake waste and a guidance tool designed to help non-experts implement and evaluate circularity and sustainability practices related to construction and demolition waste management.

Webinar 2: Policy Shapers and Regulators

Focused on the policies and regulations promoting circularity in construction, this webinar featured the OECD’s projects in Southeast Europe, the EU’s Construction Products Regulation, and initiatives for managing construction and demolition waste. The session concluded with a case study on London’s efforts to create a sustainable and circular built environment.

Webinar 3: Investors, Developers, and Insurance Providers

This webinar covered successful circular projects and the challenges faced by investors, developers, and insurers. Key presentations included sustainable and circular projects, with a focus on delivering cost-effective, sustainable, and circular homes by MOME. The MITH project’s impact on carbon emissions and social welfare by Casais, and Concular’s efforts in digitizing construction materials for reuse and establishing insurance for secondary materials.

If you haven’t had the chance to watch them yet, we strongly encourage you to do so – they are not to be missed! Seize this opportunity to expand your knowledge and connect with industry experts. Visit the link and join the conversation to drive a more sustainable future in construction together!

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