Zero Waste Design for High-Density Cities: NYC, Hong Kong, and Singapore

New York, New York


Monday, February 24, 2020

6:00pm - 8:00pm


Center for Architecture Foundation, LaGuardia Place, New York, NY, USA



Event Description

In a high-density, vertical cities, building design plays a large role in reducing waste. Architects in New York City led the development of the Zero Waste Design Guidelines for new and existing buildings to help the city reduce waste. Now leaders in sustainable design from Hong Kong, Singapore, and NYC are collaborating to share design strategies, case studies, and policy suggestions that can help high-density cities reach zero waste goals.

Clare Miflin, Founder, Center for Zero Waste Design

Other speakers to be announced.

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Organized byAIANY Committee on the Environment and the Hong Kong Design Trust