Do you want to know how other countries (such as France, Germany, Belgium, Canada) are increasing the use of bio-based materials in construction and create a competitive offer based on local resources in order to creating bio-based, sustainable cities for tomorrow? Do you want to share your view with this influential international group of experts from the public and private sector? Come to the Bio-based Buildings International Conference (B3IC) in Paris on 5-6 November. And if you want to explore the local projects yourself, you can (optionally) register for the guided tour highlighting bio-based building related projects in and around Paris on 7 November.
This event aims to launch an unprecedented momentum of bio-based building across local and regional authorities worldwide. Creative and innovative initiatives of varying scales – from local building construction projects to a regional development programs – will be presented by project leaders, experts and professionals from both the public and private sectors to delegates from across the world.
Participating in the conference on 5-6 November is for free. There is a small fee (€35) for the guided tour on 7 November.
Travel and lodging costs are not covered.
Are you working at a public organization on bio-based building and are you interested to share your expertise?
Contact Leontine Schijf, Circular Economy Advisor at the Dutch Embassy in Paris, to explore the possibility of being a speaker at this international conference!