I am speaking on the Circular Cities Panel about Biomimicry and Circular Resource Loops (May 8th, 10.30-11.30am) and the Closing Plenary, Actions for Success about the Zero Waste Design Guidelines (May 9th, 11.45am-1pm)
The Living Building Challenge (LBC) is designed to encourage the development of buildings that have a net positive benefit to their environment. To date, most certified Living buildings are low rise buildings outside of high density urban areas.
How we can achieve the aims of the LBC in New York City while maintaining high density and intensity of use. Hear from Clare Miflin, Architect and Biomimic, how enlarging the boundaries of consideration and applying biomimicry could help cities to function like vibrant diverse and resilient ecosystems.
Talking on 112BK BRIC TV episode with host Ashley Ford: Zero Waste in NYC, Frederick Douglass & Black Literature, and Jazz in BK | 112BK
Change and leadership can arise from any person from every part of the society. Through be Waste Wise, Change Makers will provide you access to the latest thinking, their sheer wealth of experience and inspiration. Clare Miflin from Zero Waste Design Guidelines.
New guidelines show how to make recycling and composting easier
The Zero Waste Design Guidelines tackles an often-ignored sustainability and urban design challenge: how to collect, sort, and dispose of trash.
A team of architects and planners has set out to prove that heaps of waste aren’t an immutable part of a city’s topography.