25-26 April 2012, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The importance of Eco-Innovation is paramount to a sustainable future, and is something that the European Green capital looks at, as part of the 12 environmental indicators on which applicant cities are assessed.
For more information on the environmental indicators for the European Green Capital Award click here
Vitoria-Gasteiz, the 2012 European Green Capital, has focused on Eco-Innovation as one of the foundations of its future, and believes that “Green is Capital”, highlighting that in this time of economic crisis, it presents us a great opportunity to generate jobs.
Fore more information on Vitoria-Gasteiz click here
The 12th European Forum on Eco-Innovation will examine what kind of added value eco-innovation can bring to the construction sector; how eco-innovation can transform the industry’s supply chain; how to communicate these benefits to public authorities, construction professionals and building owners and a review of the opportunities and challenges as part of a sustainable construction value chain. It will gather together key players from business, academia, finance, policy and green groups.
For more information about the forum, visit the website
Contact details: Nancy Lukombe
+32 2 340 30 64