09 – 10 MARCH 2021 | NDSM. AMSTERDAM
Please see the speakers below
Architect Anders Lendager is CEO and founder of Lendager Group. Lendager Group has established itself as one of the strongest and most influen¬tial companies in Denmark around upcycling and circular economy. The ambition of Lendager Group is to become the global market leader within the circular economy and resource efficiency in the following three areas: architecture and urban development, strategy and analysis, and innovative product development through upcycling.
Anders Lendager graduated as an architect from the Aarhus School of Archi¬tecture. He is recognized as a sustainability pioneer, who is known for pushing the boundaries to make the Danish construction industry more sustainable and circular. His pioneering spirit is represented on the board of the Danish Association of Architectural Firms, as a member of the SDG Accelerator’s Advisory Board by the United Nations, as visiting professor at Aarhus School of Architecture - as well as different committees leading climate action and environmental development.
Anders Lendager was the curator of Lendager Group’s well-received architecture exhibition “Wasteland - From waste to architecture” at the Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen. The exhibition sheds light on upcycling and circular economy by exemplifying how yesterday’s waste can become tomorrow’s valuable resource in sustainable architecture.
Anders has mastered the art of rethinking the foundation for how we go about construction projects and for how to generate new methods for upcycling of materials - thus creating a healthy, green and circular world for us all through the built environment.
Mrs. Jeanet van Antwerpen MSC is CEO at Schiphol Area Development Company (SADC) since 2015. SADC develops high quality, sustainable, (inter)nationally competitive business parks in the Amsterdam Airport Region, the Netherlands. SADC was established in 1987 by public and private parties eager to utilise the economic potential of the city and airport. In addition to financial returns through the sale and temporary use of land, SADC generates social returns in the form of creating jobs, contributing to the transition to a circular economy and strengthening the region’s competitive position.
She was a partner and board member at Inbo (1998-2015). A company in the field of consultancy, urban planning and design and architecture. Van Antwerpen graduated at the University of Utrecht in 1991 in economic geography. She started her career as a researcher and consultant at STOGO.
Tim Habraken (1979) heads the sustainability consultancy team of CBRE Netherlands. He is trained as an architect in Eindhoven and Berlin and has worked in various countries in different roles in the design and construction industry. Combining this knowledge, Tim is supporting real estate investors and occupiers in making their buildings more sustainable with a fitting business case.
Eveline Jonkhoff studied Biology at the University of Amsterdam with specialisations on Environment & Society, toxicology and environmental legislation. She started her career at the City of Amsterdam in the field of waste-to-energy and sustainable development as project-leader, advisor and marketing manager. Since 2008 she worked as strategic advisor on sustainable development. And as a logical next step since 2013 with a main focus on circular economy.
She is responsible for the Amsterdam Circular Economy program which started in 2015 with an in depth research into the potential of a circular economy. Amsterdam was awarded the World Smart City Award in 2017 based on the integrated strategy and program on circular economy.
Recently the city launched the new integrated 5 year strategy Amsterdam Circular and the first city portrait based on Doughnut Economics.
From 2017 to 2019 Eveline Jonkhoff was also chairing the Eurocities task force on circular economy.
Martijn Horsman is Strategic Sustainability Advisor for Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Asset Management. He has a background in commercial real estate development.
Developing the Cradle to Cradle inspired new building for the Airport Morgue, he got convinced it was time for change. Now he is working as a purpose driven Circular Economy Ambassador for Royal Schiphol Group, aiming for a zero waste and zero emissions Airport by 2030.
Teaming up with a growing Schiphol Circular Economy Community, C-creators and a vast and growing network of specialists he is making the switch to circular happening.
Mischa-Marah Wullems is associate partner and architect at KOW Concepts Design Development B.V.
In addition to design schools, integrated child centres and multifunctional accomodations, Mischa-Marah focuses on the redevelopment and transformation of existing buildings, with a great affinity for sustainability, circularity and re-use of building materials. Detachability as the basis of re-use.
Simon Sturgis AADip RIBA is an architect and environmental specialist focusing on whole-life carbon reduction in the built environment. He is an advisor to UK Govt, the Building Research Establishment, UKGBC, and the EU Commission.
He has written professional guidance on Whole Life Carbon assessment for the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Greater London Authority and the British Council for Offices. He has been Sustainability Advisor to the RIBA Stirling Prize, and recent chair of the RIBA Sustainable Futures Group. He advises; Heathrow Airport, British Land, Warwick University, Google, Grosvenor, HS2, Landsec, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, Schroders Investment Bank and many others on; carbon policy, climatic impacts and investment risk, and the whole life carbon costs of individual projects.
He has written many articles on whole-life carbon for; the Architects Journal (AJ), Building Magazine, BD, RIBAJ, etc. He has spoken widely at many international conferences, including Futurebuild UK, World Architecture Festival and COP 24. His book ‘Targeting Zero – embodied and whole life carbon explained’ is available from the RIBA. See www.targetingzero.co.uk for more information.
Architect and development manager for Transformation & Circularity within White Research Lab (WRL) at White arkitekter.
Having worked for 17 years at Interface Inc, in Europe focussing on creating restorative and regenerative partnerships and business models as Head of Sustainable Development, Geanne is sharing her knowledge in the field of regenerative entrepreneurship based on holistic system thinking and biomimicry design thinking. Also here she is partnering with organizations such as AmbassadorWise to accelerate the transition to a regenerative society and an inclusive low carbon nature-positive circular economy. She is chair of the supervisory board of Thematic Technology Transfer on circular technnology, a consortium of Dutch universities and TNO and holds a Mcs. in Biomimicry from the Arizona State University. Currently she is supporting BiomimicryNL and Climate Clean Up constructively working towards the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals through Project Drawdown and Project Positive NL.
Christian is one of the founders of the Excess Materials Exchange - a dating-site for secondary materials (including waste).
EME is a secure software platform that actively matches supply & demand and materials with their highest reuse potential.
We close loops across sector & industry boundaries. Christian found out that the circular economy is one of the fastest ways for our world to meet the Paris climate agreement targets.
Matching supply and demand of excess materials has enormous potential in the reduction of CO2 emissions, and impact overall.
Christina Raab is a passionate sustainability leader at the interface of circularity, sustainable development and innovation. She serves as Vice President, Strategy & Development at the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute where she leads the growth, innovation and impact initiatives of the organisation worldwide. Her work spans the application of cradle to cradle principles in design and manufacturing of products across sectors such as built environment, textiles and apparel, beauty care and household goods.
Prior to joining the Institute, Christina held leading positions at forefront industry sustainability initiatives and consulting firms supporting private companies, multi-lateral organisations and public institutions to advance the integration of sustainability in core business practices and to drive sustainable development across global value chains. Christina started her professional journey at the environmental branch of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation and holds a PhD in materials chemistry.
Hans Hammink has been working at the Cie. Since 2004. He studied at the Technical University in Delft. During his studies, he won a competition and built his own wooden house in Almere. After graduating, he worked in London for a few years and was one of the founders of the Amsterdam architectural firm M3H.
Hans Hammink generally works on large, complex projects at home and abroad. He is a passionate and enthusiastic architect, and he is particularly interested in the combination of technology and architecture.
His specialty is the integration of architecture with sustainable and circular principles. A recent example of this is the Circl project in Amsterdam: a state of the art circular building.
He is also one of the creators of the Building Passport: a digital twin of a building, a 3D model linked to circular data.
He is a teacher at the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture and regularly gives lectures, with the aim of sharing knowledge and experience with students and colleagues.
I am dedicated to use my skills as a designer to contribute to the most defining challenge of our time: climate change. Within ProRail I do this as “green innovator” where I focus on two big questions: “What can the role of rail be in the transition towards clean mobility?” and “How can we reduce the footprint of the rail infrastructure including the stations?”.
As senior consultant at Arcadis, David translates the complex concepts of natural capital and circular economy to concrete solutions. He works on strategies to implement circularity in organizations and projects, but also looks at what trends and developments influence the future of companies. As a former communication consultant and consultant sustainable value chains, he combines strategic thinking with clear, to the point ideas.
Fred Schoorl is director at the Royal Institue of Dutch Architects (BNA). He is an experienced moderator, chairman, columnist, publicist, speaker and strategic advisor. He is active nationally and internationally, especially in the fields of culture and heritage, nature and landscape, sustainable development and architecture and area development. He worked as an independent entrepreneur, civil servant and as director of Nirov and Ymere. He currently works at the BNA, which under his impulse developed from a professional association to a contemporary trade association.
I work as an Circulair ambassador for ProRail. My goal is to help making the change in re-thinking the use of materials towards a closed loop. I know this is not easy but I feel there are so much unused opportunities!