Sustainable Mediterranean Construction

Sustainable Mediterranean Construction

CIRCULAR ECONOMY ASSESSMENT IN DIFFERENT SCALES OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT. Impacts and Sustainable Strategies

Authors

  Francyane Karla, Lopez Duarte

Keywords: 

Circular Economy; Sustainability; Construction Sector; Environmental Impact; Building Strategies

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Abstract

A sustainable development plan is indispensable to guarantee a resilient environment, and to drive this transition the United Nations individualized 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Circular Economy (CE) addresses the same critical areas (economic, social and ecological) and researches demonstrated that it is of great contribution to achieving a significant number of SDGs targets. One of the sectors that CE focuses on improving is the built environment, so to examine it from a broader perspective, this paper focuses on three scales of intervention: the micro-scale of materials use and reuse (linked to SDGs 9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure and 12. Responsible Consumption and Production); the meso-scale of the buildings to improve energy efficiency (linked to SDG 7. Affordable and Clean Energy); and the macro-scale of the urban environment and the benefits of naturebased strategies to compensate ecological impacts (linked to SDG 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities). It was observed that there is a lack of knowledge about natural systems in urban areas, so the recommendation is to encourage further research with an interdisciplinary framework.

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SMC N.14 2021

SMC MAGAZINE N. FOURTEEN/2021

001_ COVER AND INDEX

005_ VIEW_HISTORY, ENERGY AND SCIENCE: CHANGES IN THE CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGNERS’ RESPONSIBILITY
Dora Francese

023_ BOARDS AND INFORMATION

FOCUS ON SDG 2030 ENERGY HISTORY AND SCIENCE

025_ CIRCULAR ECONOMY ASSESSMENT IN DIFFERENT SCALES OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT. Impacts and Sustainable Strategies
Francyane Karla, Lopez Duarte

033_THE LOOPER METHODOLOGY: CO-CREATION PROCESSES FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT. Inclusive and sustainable cities
Chiara Scanagatta, Massimiliano Condotta

039_ INTERIOR DESIGN IN MEDITERRANEAN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES. Sustainable materials and Nanomaterials
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044_ EXPLORING SUSTAINABILITY AND WELL-BEING IN THE BUILDING HABITAT. The green digital experience of beXLab
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053_ ARAB-ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE IN ITALY: NEW APPROACH FOR VALORIZATION. A case study of Palermo
Fouad Ben Ali

059_ THE CASE OF APICE VECCHIO. Hypotesis for a conservation
Gianluigi de Martino, Valentina Bocchino, Alessia Fusciello

069_ SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION: CHALLENGES AND APPLICABILITY IN MEGACITIES TO ATTAIN SDGS – CASE STUDY OF CAIRO, EGYPT
Mohsen Aboulnaga, Abdulrahman Amer, Radwa Elsobki

075_ ENVIRONMENTAL VULNERABILITY TO PERIPHERALIZATION RISK IN LARGE AREA PLANNING
Roberto Gerundo, Alessandra Marra, Ottavia Giacomaniello

084_ ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF INTELLIGENT GLAZING. Case Study: Detached House in Greece
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089_ TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AND DESIGN OF BIPV SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY TRANSITION PROCESS
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096_ SUSTAINABLE RESTORATION: SURVEY AND ANALYSIS OF THE BARON EMPAIN PALACE, CAIRO, EGYPT
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105_ FROM GLOBAL STRATEGIES TO MANDATORY STANDARDS IN CONSTRUCTION. A time line for sustainable habitats
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111_ RECORDING, DOCUMENTATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN CULTURAL HERITAGE BUILDINGS. Athens building maintenance (1830-1940)
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116_ INFOGRAPHICS AND MAPS AS TOOLS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF ANTHROPIC LANDSCAPES
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122_ ANALYSIS AND REPRESENTATION OF ACCESSIBILITY PARAMETERS OF URBAN OPEN SPACES
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127_ SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES FOR THE RECOVERY AND CONSERVATION OF HISTORICAL BUILDINGS. LCA approach for CO2 reduction
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133_ E-BIM FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION PLANTS. An approach for SMEs
Pierpaolo D’Agostino, Giuseppe Antuono, Elia Calabrò

141_ NATURALLY AVAILABLE SOLUTIONS FOR BUILDING NEW METABOLIC TERRITORIES
Rosa Maria Vitrano

149_ MICROCLIMATE DESIGN FOR MICRO-CLIMATE URBAN DESIGN. A CASE STUDY IN GRANADA, SPAIN
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156_ METHODS FOR ASSESSING THE VULNERABILITY OF NON-STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS. Monitoring for risk managment
Roberto Castelluccio, Diego Di Martire, Luigi Guerriero, Veronica Vitiello

163_ UNDERGROUND ARTIFICIAL CAVITIES IN APULIA. Quarrying culture and reclamation of a forgotten heritage
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168_ ENERGY COMMUNITIES IN SMALLER MEDITERRANEAN URBAN CENTRES
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175_ NEIGHBOURHOODS IN THE CENTRE: THE NOLO CASE IN THE MILAN CONTEXT
Michela Lecci, Ilaria Oberti

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