The next evolution of green "thinking"

Published by Monica Ardeleanu

For those looking to understand better the next evolution of "green" thinking... You will find some interesting ideas from a California conference on joining the Circular Design Movement.   The article is in English and you can find it on UrbanWINS "Online Agoras" platform.   

The EU Horizon 2020 UrbanWINS project is dedicated to creating and promoting innovative waste management strategies at city level. There are 8 pilot cities in Europe.

RoGBC's role includes a specific emphasis on finding and implementing strategies to reduce or avoid Construction & Demolition Waste from the building industry.

Participation in the UrbanWINS platform is free but requires registration. Please join us and find out how to engage. 

https://www.urbanwins.eu/online-agora/groups/view/17/construction


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