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  • Greater Manchester's trees contribute £33million a year to economy Nature
    Greater Manchester's trees contribute £33million a year to economy

    City of Trees has completed the biggest i-Tree Eco survey undertaken in the United Kingdom and it highlights the £33million annual value of Greater Manchester's trees to the economy and that 1million trees are at risk.

  • London supermarket's plastic free zones showcase 1,700 products Business
    London supermarket's plastic free zones showcase 1,700 products

    Attractive looking plastic free zones have been introduced by London supermarket Thornton's Budgens store in Camden's Belsize Park. In 10 weeks the store has managed to assemble more than 1,700 plastic-free products, featuring everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to wild game meat.

  • Leeds students donate to the homeless while they recycle food-on-the-go Resource & 'Waste'
    Leeds students donate to the homeless while they recycle food-on-the-go

    An initiative from recycling campaign #LeedsByExample means that students at Leeds Beckett University can now donate money to the homeless while they recycle their plastic bottles and cans or paper cups on campus - and targets millennials who eat most on the go than other age groups but recycle the least.

  • Concept of 'deep farms' underneath cities imagined Food
    Concept of 'deep farms' underneath cities imagined

    Academics have patented a new concept that would see food production taken underground. The revolutionary ideas are being promoted by University of Nottingham academics Professor Saffa Riffat, Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences and President of the World Society of Sustainable Technologies, and Professor Yijun Yuan, Marie Curie Research Fellow.

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Ecobuild 2018

Ecobuild 2018 will be designed around its visitors and will bring to life the things they have said are most important to the future of the industry: the latest technology; the freshest thinking; and the most innovative materials to keep them at the forefront of the built environment.

ecobuild largeThe futurebuild districts are dedicated areas of the event that will unite the many distinct communities that make up the built environment. Supported by industry partners they'll each have curated exhibitors, seminar theatres and inspiring feature areas.

The centrepiece will be the comprehensive conference programme curated by top industry figures surrounded by eight unique ‘futurebuild districts’ that will each explore a different aspect of the built environment. These will include building performance, infrastructure and energy.

Ecobuild 2018 will be bringing together the most innovative, exciting and inspiring brands, companies, speakers and experiences. Providing thought provoking, valuable content and an unparalleled opportunity for sharing ideas, networking and relationship building. A fresh format that’s nothing like an ordinary trade show.

Get your free ticket for the number one event for forward thinkers in the built environment by visiting the website below.

https://www.ecobuild.co.uk/welcome