The construction sector is at the heart of our lives: construction enterprises and their workers build the homes we live in, the roads on which we travel and the buildings we work or learn in. European citizens spend on average over 90% of their time indoors, meaning that our health and well-being strongly depends on how our buildings are built, maintained and renovated.
Sustainable access to primary & secondary raw materials: Messages from the Construction 2050 Alliance
Last week, the Construction 2050 Alliance gathered experts and the European Commission to discuss views of the sector about the current and foreseeable challenges regarding raw materials supply, and to present suggestions on what is needed to contribute towards a digital and green recovery leading to climate neutrality by 2050. Indeed, construction has made significantContinue reading “Sustainable access to primary & secondary raw materials: Messages from the Construction 2050 Alliance”
Sustainable access to primary and secondary raw materials Circularity is at the core of this ecosystem: Construction has made significant progress regarding the use of secondary raw materials, and this will continue to be a priority over the years to come. Equally, we will continue to depend on primary resources, to ensure a safe andContinue reading “Save the Date & Register to our next event: Sustainable access to primary & secondary raw materials”
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