How can technology support the human collaboration in the quest for more circular cities?
Technology is a natural element in the planning of our cities, buildings and urban environments. And for the architects, engineers and urban planners building our cities, technology is used every day as platforms and methods to do so in the best possible way. But the rules are changing. In just a few years from now we are facing a new reality lacking resource which means that we should be better in collaborating and sharing the resources there is. Are all buildings recycled in 2030? Can technology and entrepreneurship bridge Nordic solutions by bridging professionals? Can technology support the human collaboration in the quest for more circular cities?
In this Urbantech Session we investigate circular cities, and how technology support the human collaboration in the quest for more circular cities. Through inspiring presentations and fruitful plenum dialogue with the speakers we will debate innovative and concrete circular solutions and how to bridge professionals in the building sector.
13.15: Doors open
13.45: Talk by Maja Johannesen, circular economy expert with a background at Metabolic and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation
14.05: Talk by Anders Lendager, CEO, Lendager Group
14.35: Talk by Urbantech start-up Robert Heinecke, CEO, Breeze Technologies
14.55: Talk by Julia Vol, Sustainability Manager, ROCKWOOL Group
15.30: Debate with all speakers
16.15: End of programme
If you prefer to follow the event online or if the event is sold out, you’re welcome to join the livestream event, which does not require a ticket.