Draft tool to assess Ukraine war damage available

A draft version of an Excel tool is now available to provide organisations closer to the scene with a way of describing the damage in Ukrainian urban areas resulting from the Russian invasion.

We have been working with about a dozen iiSBE and other colleagues in several central European countries with an interest in sustainable reconstruction of Ukraine. Main participants in the tool development include Prof. Kajetan Sadowski and Dr. Woytek Kujawski (Poland), Dr. Antonin Lupisek and Nika Trubina (Czechia), with overall management provided by Nils Larsson (Canada).

SBE Sousse Seminar

The SBE Sousse Seminar is part of the SBE Series 2021-2023 and is carried out in the frame of the Sustainable MED Cities Project (ENI CBC MED Program).

The event will take place at 9:30-17:00 on 19 October 2022 in Sousse, Tunisia. The event will be hybrid event with in-person sessions and web access through the Zoom platform.

iiSBE and the sustainable reconstruction of Ukraine (update 15Jun22)

We now include an updated Ukrainian-language version
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An international group of iiSBE members and other colleagues have developed a proposal to support the sustainable reconstruction of urban areas in Ukraine.

As is widely known, the invasion of Russia has led to the widespread damage and destruction of many urban areas in Ukraine, primarily southeast and eastern urban areas.

Latest SBTool and PPT

We have posted a the latest version of SBTool and also an updated descriptive PPT that explains the structure and features of all iiSBE tools, including SBTool for buildings and SNTool for neighbourhoods.

Nils Larsson
CEO

SNTool 2022 released

The 2022 version of SNTool for small urban areas is now available. We attach the XLS file set and also an updated PPT descriptive file.

Comments and suggestions are encouraged and should be sent to:

Nils Larsson: larsson@iisbe.org and
Andrea Moro: andrea.moro@iisbeitalia.org