Join us Thursday, February 8, 6:30-8:30pm, at Häfele Showroom in Manhattan for the Circular Economy Network's (CEN) 2018 kick-off event: "Circularity in the Built Environment." We'll hear from three New York based thought leaders about their work in creating a more circular built environment:
Catherine Bobenhausen, Certified Industrial Hygienist and Senior Consultant, Colden Corporation. Theme: The Circular Economy and Disclosure – Surprising Lessons from the Field
Marc Gee, Principal at GLUCK+. Theme: Modular Building and How a Design-Build Approach Enables Innovation in the Built Environment
Tiffany Broyles Yost, Energy, Sustainability & Building Physics Associate at Arup. Theme: Circularity Lab Partnership with Google
The event is open to all experience levels. The speakers will present their vision of a circular economy and the practical implementation of it, after which participants will build on these perspectives in small break out groups.
The CEN aims to convene a multitude of stakeholders to actively engage in discussing solutions to transition towards a more circular, regenerative world. Follow the CEN on Twitter for the latest on our monthly events.
6.20-6.30 pm -- Arrival
6:30-7:20 pm -- Speaker presentations
7:20-8 pm -- Creative workshop
8-8:30 pm -- Report backs and Q&A