WEBINARS

WEBINAR 1 : ENERGY & COMFORT INDICATORS

Energy and comfort assessment in buildings: important new advances introduced in international standards. Which implications arise for EU and African policies?​

Webinar session at the eceee Summer Study conference in June 2021, with the participation of:

  • Prof.Dr. Diana Urge-Vorsatz: Vice-chair of IPCC WG-III & Professor at  CEU)
  • Prof.Dr. Salvatore Carlucci:  Professor at CyI.
  • Prof.Dr. Lorenzo Pagliano: Professor at PoliMi.

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WEBINAR 2 : LOCAL BUILDING MATERIALS - HOW TO REDUCE BUILDINGS' EMBODIED CARBON?

In collaboration with PEEB, ACT and GlobalABC we presented some of the work on local construction materials and their potential to decarbonise the building sector.

Speakers:

  • Jérémy Bourgault, PEEB
  • Chitra K Vishwanath, Architect Biome Environmental Solutions, India
  • Asmae Khaldoun, Al-Akhwayn University, Morocco
  • Marlène Dresch, ACT Initiative 
  • Anupam Badola,  Ass. General Manager at Dalmia Cement, India
  • Luca de Giovanetti, World Business Council for Sustainable Dev.
  • Anna Dyson, Founding Director,  (CEA) at Yale University
  • Jonathan Duwyn, GlobalABC

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PRESENTATIONS

Bioclimatic design - Social housing case study in La Réunion | WUF11 | Katowice, Poland

A contribution made by Prof. Francois Garde from Université de La Rénion regardings bioclimatic buildings. He presents a case study of a social housing unit located on La Rénion island that employs passive ventilation and other methods to achieve thermal comfort.

 

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Bioclimatic building materials & construction practices | 9th Africities | Kisumo, Kenya

A contribution made by Prof. Asmae Khaldoun from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane about bioclimatic building materials and techniques. The focus was on geo & bio-based building materials and their potential for bioclimatic architecture in the EU and African contexts.

Case studies - bioclimatic and passive techniques in the EU & Africa | 9th Africities | Kisumo, Kenya

A contribution made by Prof. Francois Garde from Université Rénion presents in this speech some of the project’s work regarding the Case Studies documentation and analysis, of buildings in Africa and Europe that implement bioclimatic and passive ventilation strategies.

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EU Side Events @ COP26: Decarbonising Buildings: the importance of energy efficiency and low-carbon construction materials | Online, Brussels

Online session along with VELUX and EuroACE – Energy Efficient Buildings as part of the EU Side Events of COP 26. Prof. Lorenzo Pagliano & Prof. Asmae Khaldune presented ABC21 work related to local building materials and discussed the implication of policies for decarbonising buildings and promoting energy efficiency.

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COP26 session on Decarbonisation of the Building Sector | French Pavilion, Glasgow (COP 26)

Ernest Dione from Direction de l’Environnement et des Etablissements Classés (DEEC) shared the initiatives in 🇸🇳 Senegal regarding local materials and techniques.

Prof. Asmae Khaldoun from Al Akhawayn University (AUI) in 🇲🇦 Morocco will presented a brief of her work regarding local building materials and techniques and how they support the building sector decarbonisation

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Fatima-Ezzahra Riakhi and Prof. Asmae Khaldoun from Al Akhawayn University (AUI) presentation of the paper PV Sizing of a Stand Alone Solar Carport System Linked to Charging Stations and its Economic Analysis (A Case Study)

Fatima-Ezzahra Riakhi and Prof. Asmae Khaldoun from Al Akhawayn University (AUI) presentation of the paper “PV Sizing of a Grid Connected Solar Carport System Linked to Charging Stations and its Economic Analysis (A Case Study)”

Ghita El Boukili, Fatima Zahra El Ouardi, Mahdi Lechheb, Fatima Kifani-Sahban,  Prof. Asmae Khaldoun from Al Akhawayn University (AUI) presentation of the paper Improving of the Rheological Properties of Bensmim Clay for its Use in Clay Brick Prodcution

Stay tuned for the upcoming EVENTS!

We are working on our next webinar and will post soon more information about it.

Disclaimer: This information has been gathered as part of the project titled “ABC 21 – Africa-Europe BioClimatic buildings for XXI century”. We state that the project has no responsibility for the misuse of the publicly available information and results published,  nor the impacts it may cause.