In an era where the impacts of climate change and environmental degradation are becoming increasingly evident, the European initiative BUILD2050 emerges as a beacon of innovation and sustainability in the construction industry. With a clear vision for the future, BUILD2050 is committed to transforming the way buildings are designed, constructed, and operated across Europe, aiming for a significant reduction in carbon emissions and a shift towards healthier living environments. This initiative aligns with the European Union's ambitious goal to decarbonise the economy by 2050, recognising the vital role that buildings play in achieving this target. At the heart of BUILD2050 lies a dedication to fostering interdisciplinary learning and innovation. By developing new, continuously updated courses with a pan-European scope, BUILD2050 seeks to equip professionals in the construction sector with the skills and knowledge necessary to lead the industry towards a sustainable and regenerative future. The initiative not only emphasises the importance of nearly zero-carbon buildings but also champions the enhancement of health and well-being for occupants, alongside a positive contribution to the natural environment. Through a collaborative network of European partners, including esteemed academic institutions and industry stakeholders, BUILD2050 is setting new standards for the construction, renovation, and operation of sustainable buildings. Its integrated and transnational training approach is designed to share experiences and methodologies, creating a unified path towards a greener, healthier, and more sustainable building sector by 2050.

BUILD2050: Shaping Europe's Zero-Carbon, sharing knowledge for both students and professionals / Mohammad Abdollah, Rossano Scoccia, Anna Chiara Benedetti, Cecilia Mazzoli, Maria Koukou, Joanna Aleksiejuk-Gawron, Susana Lucas. - ELETTRONICO. - (2024).

BUILD2050: Shaping Europe's Zero-Carbon, sharing knowledge for both students and professionals

Anna Chiara Benedetti;Cecilia Mazzoli;
2024

Abstract

In an era where the impacts of climate change and environmental degradation are becoming increasingly evident, the European initiative BUILD2050 emerges as a beacon of innovation and sustainability in the construction industry. With a clear vision for the future, BUILD2050 is committed to transforming the way buildings are designed, constructed, and operated across Europe, aiming for a significant reduction in carbon emissions and a shift towards healthier living environments. This initiative aligns with the European Union's ambitious goal to decarbonise the economy by 2050, recognising the vital role that buildings play in achieving this target. At the heart of BUILD2050 lies a dedication to fostering interdisciplinary learning and innovation. By developing new, continuously updated courses with a pan-European scope, BUILD2050 seeks to equip professionals in the construction sector with the skills and knowledge necessary to lead the industry towards a sustainable and regenerative future. The initiative not only emphasises the importance of nearly zero-carbon buildings but also champions the enhancement of health and well-being for occupants, alongside a positive contribution to the natural environment. Through a collaborative network of European partners, including esteemed academic institutions and industry stakeholders, BUILD2050 is setting new standards for the construction, renovation, and operation of sustainable buildings. Its integrated and transnational training approach is designed to share experiences and methodologies, creating a unified path towards a greener, healthier, and more sustainable building sector by 2050.
2024
BUILD2050: Shaping Europe's Zero-Carbon, sharing knowledge for both students and professionals / Mohammad Abdollah, Rossano Scoccia, Anna Chiara Benedetti, Cecilia Mazzoli, Maria Koukou, Joanna Aleksiejuk-Gawron, Susana Lucas. - ELETTRONICO. - (2024).
Mohammad Abdollah, Rossano Scoccia, Anna Chiara Benedetti, Cecilia Mazzoli, Maria Koukou, Joanna Aleksiejuk-Gawron, Susana Lucas
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