On 20 September the EU H2020 project BAMB (Buildings as Material Banks) and the One Planet Network joined forces for a one-day event in Brussels about circularity in the built environment. Key areas that will facilitate this systemic shift were in the focus: digitalization, circular building assessment and public procurement.
During the day ongoing exemplary initiatives were presented and participants had the opportunity to debate how currently available tools are supporting a systemic shift towards circularity in the built environment. The BAMB project was presented (core results and experiences from pilot projects). One Planet Network introduced the approach of three global programmes on buildings, procurement and tourism that are committed to accelerate the shift towards sustainable consumption and production in both developed and developing countries.
This event gave the opportunity to share knowledge and showcasing tools that are already available for circular construction.
Discover the presentations on the BAMB website.