COST Programme - Circular City Re.Solution
The project will in the line with the aim of the COST Action build an interdisciplinary platform for connecting city planners, architects, system designers, circular economists, engineers and researchers from social and natural sciences and cooperate on the definition of a common language and understanding across disciplines. Our planned work will encourage collaboration and research to test the hypothesis that "A circular flow system that implements NBS for managing nutrients and resources within the urban biosphere will lead to a resilient, sustainable and healthy urban environment" in the area of urban water and the society.
Pilot site in Nepal
Kathmandu - Kathmandu walley