On April, the 4th 2019 at GreenBizz in Brussels, UrbanWINS project is organising a final conference titled “The city as a living organism, understanding its metabolism to reduce its resource consumption”.
After three years of work, the EU-funded UrbanWINS project will come to an end this May. During its lifetime, UrbanWINS has developed and tested methods for designing and implementing eco-innovative strategic plans for waste prevention and management in eight pilot cities: Cremona, Albano Laziale, Pomezia and Torino (Italy); Leiria (Portugal); Bucharest (Romania), and Manresa & Sabadell (Spain). Now, it is time to share the outcomes and results of the project so that other cities, organisations and stakeholders can build upon them. You may find more information at the UrbanWINS project’s website here.
One of the workshops which will be organised in the afternoon will be facilitated by the REPAiR researchers Libera Amenta, Architect PhD in Urban Design and Planning (UNINA/ TUD), prof. Michelangelo Russo (UNINA), and Bob Geldermans (TUD). This workshop is entitled “Eco-innovative solutions for waste and wastescapes”.
Update after the conference – here you may find a few images of the workshop.