How can integrating bio-based materials into construction projects contribute to enhancing both sustainability and energy efficiency in buildings, thus participating in climate change mitigation?

Thema: Energie und Umwelt
Schlagworte: Bauwesen, Klimawandel, Nachhaltigkeit, Ressourcen und Werkstoffe
Altersgruppe: ab 18 Jahre
Zielgruppe: Barrierefrei und In English

The BIO4EEB exhibition showcases bio-based materials that offer a climate-friendly alternative to traditional building materials, highlighting their effectiveness in reducing CO2 emissions and optimizing energy usage throughout their lifecycle. It presents the innovative use of Posidonia oceanica for thermal insulation, demonstrating the project's commitment to developing sustainable construction solutions.

Durchschnittliche Verweildauer: 5 Minuten

Maximale Kapazität der Station: 5 Personen

The BIO4EEB project introduces bio-based insulation materials aimed at improving the building industry's impact on the environment. This collaborative effort unites researchers and professionals from 10 European countries and a Latin American partner, all working together towards sustainable solutions in construction.

Why BIO4EEB? The project focuses on reducing buildings' carbon footprint and enhancing energy efficiency. It uses Posidonia oceanica, a seagrass known for its renewable properties and benefits to the environment, emphasizing sustainability in building materials.

Comparison Highlighted Through the Exhibition: Throughout the exhibition, visitors will see detailed comparisons between bio-based and non-bio-based materials. This comparison aims to illustrate the environmental and energy efficiency benefits of bio-based materials, such as reduced CO2 emissions and lower energy consumption throughout a building's lifecycle. By presenting data and real-world applications, the exhibition makes a compelling case for the switch to bio-based solutions in construction.


Anfahrtsbeschreibung: Von der U1 Station Reumannplatz mit den Straßenbahnen 6 und 11 (Schrankenberggasse) direkt erreichbar. 5 Gehminuten von der D-Wagen Station Absberggasse.

Dieser Ausstellungsstandort ist barrierefrei zugänglich und verfügt über barrierefreie Toiletten.

eine barrierefreie Toilette befindet sich im Erdgeschoss

Central European University (CEU)
Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy
Central European University (CEU)
Quellenstrasse, 51, 1100 Wien


Erster Einlass: 17:00
Letzter Einlass: 22:00


Dr. Adel Boumerzoug is a Postdoctoral Researcher, BIO4EEB project (led by Diana Urge-Vorsatz), and will lead this station in 3 languages: English, French, Arabic

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