Industrial Symbiosis Research Symposium 2019
July 5 – July 6, 2019
In July of 2019, the 16th Annual Industrial Symbiosis Research Symposium (ISRS) will be held on the Friday and Saturday (5th-6th) before the 2019 International Society of Industrial Ecology Conference. This two-day event will begin with one day of symbiosis study tours and networking at the Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area. The second day of the symposium will focus on the theme “International Symbiosis” and will include a morning of inspiring international presentations and round-tables relevant to the topic as well as an afternoon of interactive workshops on the theme. As always, we look forward to bringing together researchers, practitioners and students to strengthen and develop eco-industrial and symbiotic development.
Friday July 5th, 2019
09-17 Symbiosis study tour: Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area
Meeting at University
Transport to the site together (bus price included)
lunch at site followed by presentations and tour of the industries (lunch included)
Transport back together
Friday Evening: Social Dinner
Saturday July, 6th, 2019
University Campus, Beijing
09:00 Coffee + Developments around the world
10:30 Intro: ISRS Theme "International Symbiosis"
Panel: "International Symbiosis"
Short presentations from panel and panel discussion
· Chinese National Sword (Dr. Chuanbin Zhou from Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences)
· International Green Deals in Europe
· International Symbiosis work in China
· More to be announced soon
Policy for international innovation/symbiosis
Open for other themes as well
The Industrial Symbiosis Research Symposium (ISRS) is an annual event held by the ISIE section on eco-industrial development and industrial symbiosis (EID/IS). The symposium aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners to exchange on current research activities and EIP trends as well as to identify future research needs. The symposium is a unique opportunity to share recent information on field projects development in relation with research activities worldwide