'Clean Planet, Happy People & Shared Prosperity - Emerging Concepts for Sustainable Built Environment’ - the SBE19 will take place from 22 to 24 May in Helsinki, Finland
10 April 2019
  • Sustainable Buildings and Construction
Sustainable Built Environment (SBE) 2019

DATE: 22 - 24 May 2019

LOCATION:  Helsinki, Finland

The Sustainable Built Environment 19 Helsinki edition in 22-24 May debates how our Clean Planet with its Happy People can share Prosperity for present and future generations. Emerging Concepts range from climate change mitigation and adaptation, circularity, net positive approach and ecological handprint, healthy indoor and outdoor environments, business models for value and risk optimization and nature-based solutions to frugal innovation. Accepted Scientific papers will be published in IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science and Industry papers in the Conference Proceedings with ISBN and ISSN numbers. Workshops or Side Events can be proposed, and a stand requested to promote important information and innovative solutions. Sponsorship opportunities can also be investigated.

About the conference

Sustainable Built Environment (SBE) Conferences have established their position amongst leading events where researchers, industry and governments network to share good practices and develop further key sustainability topics in the built environment. SBE series has evolved in 20 years from buildings to neighbourhoods complementing successfully environmental aspects by social and economic dimensions. The World SBE Conference in 2011 brought also the Global South into the picture when over 1.000 experts from more than 50 countries gathered in Helsinki to overcome global challenges.

The Sustainable Built Environment (SBE) series of conferences began in 2000, operates on a three-year cycle and now includes five international organizations as co-owners: CIB, iiSBE, UN Environment, GABC and FIDIC. The series places a core emphasis on peer-reviewed papers, presentations of regional policy papers, displays of pre-evaluated projects and a small number of high-quality commercial exhibits. These events also provide fast-track inclusion of the best technical papers from national/regional conferences into the global event, as well as registration policies designed to encourage the attendance of students and delegates from developing countries. A total of 45 events have taken place since 2000.

More about SBE here.

  • Sustainable Buildings and Construction
Circularity, Education, Energy, Housing, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)