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Dr. Christina Raab
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Frieke Heens
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Robert Winkel
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Dr. Christina Raab
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Frieke Heens
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Robert Winkel
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C2C Cafe: Cradle to Cradle 4.0, the next generation

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In a circular economy, materials are increasingly reused and recycled. Due to the large differences between materials, it is not always easy to use materials in the circular economy, nor is it possible to reuse all materials to a high standard. How do we ensure that the materials we reuse are safe and of good quality?

During the first Cradle to Cradle café of 2021, we will discuss the application of recycled materials in the circular economy.

- Christina Raab will give an update on the latest initiatives of the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute and provide insights into the new version 4.0 of Cradle to Cradle Certified.
- Frieke Heens of RIVM explains the method development to measure progress on the transition towards a safe & circular economy.
- Robert Winkel will present SAWA, the highest fully wooden residential building: an example of how future architecture can turn challenges around to make a positive contribution to both earth and society.
 
Program
10.00 – 10.05  |  Welcome by Caroline Kruit
10.05 – 10.25   |  Christina Raab (Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute)
10.25 – 10.45   |  Frieke Heens (RIVM)
10.45 – 11.05   |  Robert Winkel (MEI Architects)
11.05 – 11.30   |  Q&A and discussion

Presentation 1 - 10.05 hr
Dr. Christina Raab
Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute

Materials in a circular economy:
how cradle to cradle principles are driving innovations

Safe and circular materials play an important role in the development of healthy and green buildings. The presentation will give an update on the latest initiatives of the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute and provide insights into the new version 4.0 of Cradle to Cradle Certified. It will also demonstrate recent best practice examples where the implementation of the Cradle to Cradle product standard has accelerated sustainability targets, spurred future-proof product development and drove deep transformation across the value chain.

Presentation 2 - 10.25 hr
Frieke Heens
RIVM

The Dutch Government aims to have established a circular economy in 2050. The presentation will discuss how RIVM (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) is involved in method development to measure progress on the transition towards a safe & circular economy. It will also demonstrate some ongoing activities at RIVM to promote innovation of substances that can safely be used in a circular economy.

Presentation 3 - 10.45 hr
Robert Winkel
MEI Architects and planners | Nice Developers

SAWA
In these challenging times, we find ourselves daily dealing with current issues such as health, global warming, and housing and materials shortage. With one of their latest innovative projects, the highest fully wooden residential building SAWA in Rotterdam, Mei is setting an example of how future architecture can turn these challenges around to make a positive contribution to both earth and society. SAWA represents a new generation of buildings and marks an important step in the sustainability objectives and tangible evidence that things can be done differently. During this presentation Robert Winkel will be using SAWA to dive into the opportunities of combining wide ambitions of, for example, biodiversity, circularity, and a shared economy, in one project, while at the same time creating a feasible business case.

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Agenda 2021:

JUNE 17 - WEBINAR
Cradle to Cradle and Urban Mobility
Presenting: Ton Venhoeven (Venhoeven CS), Arne Lijbers (Mecanoo).
 
SEPTEMBER 21 - HERMAN TEIRLINCK IN BRUSSELS
Sustainability in the heart of Europe,
Cradle to Cradle arriving in Brussels

Speakers: Frank Geets (Herman Teirlinck Building), Peter de Durpel (Gare Maritime), Michel Riedijk (Riedijk Architects) including a guided tour at Gare Maritime Brussels.

OCTOBER 19 - AT DOMUSDELA EINDHOVEN, DURING DDW
Cradle to Cradle and Hospitality
 
NOVEMBER 23 - TAPIJN MAASTRICHT
In association with C2C Expolab
Presenting: Ralph Herben (Maastricht University), Erik Schotte (LIAG architecten & bouwadviseurs), Piet Eichholtz (Maastricht University).
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