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RESTORE - Newsletter #21 July 2019

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The RESTORE Action aims at a paradigm shift towards restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings, promoting forward thinking and multidisciplinary knowledge, leading to solutions that celebrate the richness of design creativity while enhancing users’ experience, health and wellbeing inside and outside buildings, in harmony with urban ecosystems, reconnecting users to nature. ..

#21 Newsletter includes:

-The RESTORE project in Flyer and Poster format

-WG3 final Booklet now available! The main question Working Group 3 faced is how a building can be built, operated and maintained in a regenerative manner. The WG3 Booklet now reports about the findings of this working group providing answers on how this can be achieved through integration of restorative and regenerative principles into the construction and operation process. 

-Call for industry participation to Rethink Technology: COST Action RESTORE WG4 is defining the Indoor Environmental Quality indicators to evaluate when a living environment is regenerative and how the context can affect such indicators.

-STSM Funding available! Apply now! Short term scientific missions  (STSM) are research visits to an institution in another country that can be funded by RESTORE (up to 2500 EUR).

-Research in bio-based materials presented at ICBBM, Belfast

-COST update: Administrative measures regarding a potential no-deal Brexit.

-Conference Announcements

-Suggested reading

-Tell us about your research



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