Building the bioeconomy with nature-based materials and solutions within the New European Bauhaus
READ HERE the report from the Wood4Bauhaus Alliance side event held Friday 7th October at the High Level EU Bioeconomy Conference, ‘Bioeconomy - Enabling the European Green Deal in Challenging Times’ 6-7th October, Brussels.
This side event was held at the request of the European Commission to highlight the potential climate benefits of using more nature-based materials, such as wood and other biomaterials, in the built environment within the context of the New European Bauhaus. Long-life, low-carbon, circular products can drastically diminish the carbon emissions of Europe’s building stock. Nature-based solutions will thus be key to achieving a more resilient, self-sufficient European bioeconomy.
The event was hosted by the Wood Sector Alliance for the New European Bauhaus - wood4bauhaus an official partner of the New European Bauhaus, which drives change in the building sector, supports the co-creation of innovative solutions and helps to make the transition to sustainable living a widespread, powerful movement.