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”

Save the Date & Register to our next event: Sustainable access to primary & secondary raw materials

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”

A new structure for the High-Level Construction Forum: co-creating a policy roadmap for the sector

The EU Industrial Strategy recognized construction as a priority ecosystem to achieve EU goals, for which the best transition pathways should be identified through a co-creation process including all relevant actors, amongst which industry stakeholders, EU institutions and Member States. The European Commission has initiated this co-creation process with a renewed High Level Construction ForumContinue reading “A new structure for the High-Level Construction Forum: co-creating a policy roadmap for the sector”

EU Industrial Strategy: the construction value-chain stands ready to define a pathway for transition to achieve EU goals

Tuesday 18 May 2021 – On 5th May, the European Commission released the new EU Industrial Strategy, which puts a renewed focus on the key ecosystems, including construction. The members of the Construction 2050 Alliance welcome the priority given to the construction ecosystem as one of the sectors that faces the most important challenges inContinue reading “EU Industrial Strategy: the construction value-chain stands ready to define a pathway for transition to achieve EU goals”

Construction 2050 Alliance meets with the Cabinet of Commissioner Breton

28 January 2021 – On 28 January the Construction 2050 Alliance held a meeting with the Cabinet of Commissioner Breton and discussed the construction-related priorities for the Commission for 2021, the forthcoming new Industrial Policy and the role of construction in the recovery from the Covid pandemic. The Renovation Wave, the Affordable Housing initiative, theContinue reading “Construction 2050 Alliance meets with the Cabinet of Commissioner Breton”