Circular economy in practice: How to integrate CE principles into road infrastructure projects
From heightened supply chains risks to the development of a resilient and adaptive network, there are numerous drivers for making the transition to a circular economy within road infrastructure projects. Join us during this session to gain an overview of: - The opportunities and challenges in adopting a circular approach to road infrastructure projects; - Concrete examples of successful projects; - Recommendations on how to make this transition, including the design of CE route maps.
Infrastructure underpins the fabric of society. It must be fit for the future if we are to make the transition to a sustainable future.
From heightened supply chains risks to extensive environmental implications, and the development of a resilient and adaptive network, there are numerous drivers for making this transition within road infrastructure projects.
Join us during this webinar we looked at an overview of:
- The opportunities and challenges in adopting a circular approach to road infrastructure projects;
- Concrete examples of successful projects;
- Recommendations on how to make this transition, including the design of CE route maps.
- David Smith (FIEMA), Technical Director for Business Sustainability, AECOM;
- Colin Holm, Senior Technical Advisor in Sustainable Development and Climate Change, Highways England.
*This webinar counts for 1 hour of CPD, so don’t forget to add it to your IEMA CPD Portal.
Circular economy in practice: How to integrate CE principles into road infrastructure projects - Webinar slides - CLICK HERE
Integration of Circular Economy principles into road infrastructure projects, D, Smith, AECOM & C, Holm, Highways England - CLICK HERE
Webinar Q and A's
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