Beyond 2020

Our colleague Priyanka Sharma visited and presented a digital poster "Towards Advanced Circular Economy for E-mobility "at the conference Beyond 2020 taken place virtually this time between 2-4 November.

Due to the Corona Pandemic, the conference was organised as a virtual conference.

By 2050, 68% of the world’s population will live in cities.

And Tuesday 1st January 2030 is the deadline for the built environment to contribute to the fulfillment of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
A deadline that takes place in the next decade may seem like someone else’s problem.

But if we don’t act now, then who will and when?

Now is the time to plan the cities and communities we want and need, both now and in the future. It is up to everyone in the construction value chain and beyond to play their part in planning and securing a sustainable built environment for the future: architects & engineers, constructors, materials suppliers, building owners & municipalities, regulators, financial institutions and IT players.

Bringing the best minds together, BEYOND 2020 is our opportunity to create the missing link between the UN Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 and the built environment.

Our research project Recycling 4.0 aims at analysing existing problems of the recycling industry, developing solutions and implementing these in prototypical manner. 

The presented digital poster "Towards Advanced Circular Economy for E-mobility " and a recorded presentation can be found here  (Id- 4709302)