Circular building is the future
Circular building is the future. Literally, because by 2050 the Dutch government wants the building economy to be fully circular. The transition to a circular economy will support city leaders in achieving their priorities, including housing, working environment, mobility and economic development. The way of dealing with urban development that is currently taken for granted will have to reinvent itself in the circular city. There is a challenge for parties and networks to tempt and stimulate each other to exchange linear thinking for a more circular approach. How does an interest group of and for entrepreneurs in the new economy view this challenge? How do parties involved in construction projects such as the redevelopment of the VDMA site in Eindhoven and the development of HAUT in the Amstelkwartier deal with this new dynamic?
Watch the webinar of the Cradle to Cradle Café of 20 October here.
The Cradle to Cradle Café is an initiative that arose in 2009 from a joint venture between the companies Koninklijke Ahrend, Tarkett, Koninklijke Mosa and QbiQ. These companies develop and produce their products in accordance with the Cradle to Cradle principle.