SOUR talks on WasteBuild Zero, May 11-12, 2023 in Amsterdam

February 22, 2023

SOUR is excited to join the next edition of WasteBuild Zero, a 2-day event on May 11-12, 2023, that unites the built environment to showcase the latest materials, techniques, solutions and innovators that are helping to deliver low carbon and circular construction schemes today. WasteBuild’s aim is to support the transition towards a circular and regenerative built environment and in the process to tackle the climate emergency.

During the event, they will be connecting an international community of architects and built environment innovators at the NDSM in the heart of Amsterdam's architectural and circular ecosystem - offering over 16 hours of conference content and more than 30 circular solutions in our buzzing exhibition space.

SOUR x WasteBuild Zero

This year’s event will be the third time for SOUR to join WasteBuild, after a first presentation in 2019 in the Amsterdam RAI conference space, and a digital facilitation of the session What’s Wrong With Supply Chains? in 2021. 

In 2023, SOUR will join a panel on 2030, TODAY: The building sector accounts for 36% of the EU’s carbon emissions and 40% of its CO2 emissions. Reflecting on the extraordinary years of a global pandemic that changed how people want to work and live, the committed pioneers on this panel make assessments on how emissions from buildings should be tackled. Get the latest roundup of cross-sector collaborations and new binding standards for buildings that have been  or should be adopted to meet the EU’s 2030 climate target. Of all the building value chain players, who do climate-friendly construction ultimately depend on? And why is place important to the emergence of a regenerative economy?

Check out the teaser Speaker Spotlight videos in which the WasteBuild asked us Marianne de Zeeuw (Global Relationships Manager at SOUR who will represent SOUR at the event), to do something cool and what she recommends built environment professionals should do in their working lives and/or next project that will help cool the planet.


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