A three-day Seminar
5th to 7th September 2013 at Auroville (near Puducherry), India
‘Human habitats essentially are centers of waste generation. Eco-productive townships work with closed-loop systems utilizing waste outputs as raw material inputs for ecologically regenerative development.’
Some of the key environmental and social challenges are associated with our resource and waste management. Urban centers generate huge waste streams which when badly managed; contributes to environmental pollution and climate change. Utilizing these resources in an enlightened and efficient way has the potential to transform human habitats into ecologically productive land- and cityscapes.
We invite policy makers, municipal authorities, architects and landscapers, project developers, urban planners and engineers who have an interest in planning, designing and building eco-productive habitats. Several Auroville experts will join the workshops to stimulate discussion about experiences at Auroville. This is a limited-capacity event that asks for active participation of all attendees.
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