SBScentre organizes a masterclass ‘Zero impact built environment’, from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 September 2017, in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Main targeted audience are alumni from the MSc Urban Environmental Management by Wageningen University, but the masterclass is open for other professionals as well, if places available. If you are interested, please send an email to us. In case many are interested , we will organise a second masterclass.
The masterclass will be about lectures, discussions, groupwork, with regard to:
- analyses of resource flows in a (zero impact) built environment: energy, water, materials, food .
- Implications of the Paris climate agreement: staying with CO2 budgets.
- consequences of zero energy building/retrofit. lectures, updates,new knowledge, pilot experiences
- analyses and discussion on popular strategies ( circular economy, clean tech, ecometabolism, smart cities, climate related CO2 approaches etc)
- sustainable and or smart cities: what is smart, and what is a city?
- short presentations of participants work, followed by joint discussion and answering of participants professional questions .
In a few days formal documents and programme will be uploaded to this website.