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By Glykeria Kakali

Green INSTRUCT present in 2nd International Congress on Materials & Structural Stability – CMSS-2017, 22-25 November 2017, Rabat, Morocco

The International Congress on Materials & Structural Stability CMSS-2017, held in Rabat, Morocco during 22-25 November 2017, brought together the international scientific community, academics and practitioners, researchers and students.

The conference provided an opportunity to discuss and share recent advances in both research and practice about the important various fields of engineering and applied science of materials and structures, aspects of innovation in civil engineering and building materials.

General and Special sessions, panels, Keynotes of Industrialist’s Perspectives, oral communications and posters, covered a wide variety of topics of main materials and diagnostics of civil engineering, building, structures and geotechnics.

An exhibition space for professionals, individual or group of industries provided a great opportunity for an exchange and advertising products as well as innovative materials, processes or equipment characterization techniques.

                                                      

The GreenINSTRUCT project was presented by National Technical University of Athens partner through oral and poster presentations dedicated to the development of the green wall substrate layer.

The GreenINSTRUCT project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723825.

 

 

 

 

 

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By GI

Green INSTRUCT presented at the European Urban Green Infrastructure Conference, 29-30 November 2017, Budapest, Hungary

Green INSTRUCT was present at the European Urban Green Infrastructure Conference (EUGIC) 2017 which took place in Budapest, Hungary, between 29 and 30 November 2017.

All urban citizens should be able to benefit from nature – wherever they live and work. Nature and green infrastructure are increasingly being recognised as important in ensuring our cities are resilient, healthy and sustainable from economic, environmental and social perspectives. Whilst EUGIC participants acknowledge and celebrate the current European ecosystem services and green infrastructure strategy that was instigated in 2014, they wish to intensify the development and delivery of this strategy across the whole of Europe. It will require many actors across the professions to come together and evolve new ways of planning, implementing and maintaining the greener cities of the future. In doing so, cities will be created that are ecosystems that deliver the economic, social and environmental benefits that will be required in the 21st Century.

At EUGIC 2017 300+ participants and leading urban greening experts met in Budapest to celebrate nature-based solutions – planners, policy makers, ecologists, architects, landscape architects, engineers, developers and investors, constructors and facilities managers.

The Green INSTRUCT project was represented by alchemia nova, one of the project’s partners, who participated in the conferences poster session with the Green INSTRUCT poster and also held a pitch presentation.

The Green INSTRUCT project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723825.

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Green INSTRUCT present in 2nd International Congress on Materials & Structural Stability – CMSS-2017, 22-25 November 2017, Rabat, Morocco
Green INSTRUCT presented at the European Urban Green Infrastructure Conference, 29-30 November 2017, Budapest, Hungary