Tue, 27 Apr|
How can data be used to shape circular economies in cities?
The launch of the CIRCuIT report, 'Recommendations for improving the capture of material flow data in the built environment.'
Time & Location
27 Apr 2021, 11:00 – 12:00 BST
About the Event
In the digital age, the potential benefits of capturing and analysing data are apparent in all areas of urban development. However, there is currently a knowledge gap in how cities can gather, analyse and use the data to support the circular management of built environment material flows. The CIRCuIT report, Recommendations for improving the capture of material flow data in the built environment, investigates the availability and quality of data in four cities and provides recommendations for how data could be improved or applied more effectively by practitioners, researchers, policymakers and other key stakeholders in support of a circular economy of built environment materials within cities.
Join us for the official launch of the report, where a panel of experts and practitioners will discuss the key findings, industry examples and how city administrations can take action. The session will be followed by an interactive session for the audience to ask questions.
Registration is free and open to all, but spots are limited. Tickets are only available on Eventbrite.
Once you register, you will receive a link to join the webinar in your inbox. Please check your spam or junk if you do not receive the link. Please note that only those who register on Eventbrite will receive the webinar link.
If you are not able to attend and would like to watch a recording of the session, we will - barring technological issues - send a download link to our participant list following the event. If you are no longer able to attend and have received a ticket, please cancel your ticket so it can be made available to someone else.