Sustainable Cities

From ideas to action

Urban environments directly impact our health and quality of life and a healthy future must be accessible to all through integral city planning. Novel approaches in architecture, bio-based building materials and urban agriculture are major drivers for this development. EFIB will provide insights on how the latest technologies are creating smart cities and healthy citizens and how biotechnology improves urban living.   

Insights. Discussions. Perspectives.

HOOP - Horizon-2020 project on urban bioeconomy

The Association of Cities and Regions for Sustainable Resource Management (ACR) has launched HOOP - a Horizon-2020 project on urban bioeconomy. The project will invest in local initiatives to extract valuable resources from urban biowaste and wastewater in order to make innovative bio-based products.

Horizon-2020 project on urban bioeconomy

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