Circular Transition Indicators for buildings
This workshop presents the first methodology of the Circular Transition Indicators (CTI) framework for buildings to collect feedback to implement into its final version.
Consistent circularity measurement and the adoption of a standardised approach are keys to allow stakeholders in the built environment sector to understand the circularity of their buildings. A robust set of metrics can support actions toward improving buildings’ circularity.
For this reason, WBCSD in collaborations with its members and external stakeholders, has been developing the Circular Transition Indicators guide for the building sector. The framework features measurements of material, energy, water flows and design while considering adding the social layer, resilience, nature impact and business value as a next step. The aim is to develop a framework that is recognised and used by the whole built environment value chain including policy makers worldwide.
Organiser: World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
Target audience (max. 50 participants): the built environment value chain, including policy makers