Eunhye Kim's scientific contributions

Publications (3)

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Better knowledge of the spatial distribution of anthropogenic stocks is key for the implementation of circular economy policies. This article focuses on the case of construction materials in the Paris region in 2013. A bottom-up approach using GIS modeling is applied to estimate and locate the stocks of 27 materials and 24 building archetypes, thre...
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Urbanization causes massive flows of construction materials and waste, which generates environmental impacts and land-use conflicts. Circular economy strategies at a local scale and in coordination with urban planning could respond to those issues. Implementing these strategies raises challenges as it requires a better knowledge of flows and their...
Technical Report
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Etude réalisée dans le cadre du Lot 1 du Marché n°2018V23064740 « Étude du métabolisme urbain parisien et évolution de l’infographie métabolisme urbain de Paris ». La ville de Paris s’est engagée pour la transformation de l’économie de son territoire vers un modèle circulaire. Elle a rassemblé 65 propositions d’actions dans son Livre Blanc de l’éc...

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... However, this also leads to the conclusion that the management of building materials and CDW should not only be considered within political boundaries, as it is done now, but must take place supra-regionally within functional boundaries (e.g., urban areas with their supplying neighboring regions) to carry out effective resource planning. This finding is supported by other studies (Augiseau and Kim, 2021;Kliem et al., 2021;Schiller et al., 2017Schiller et al., , 2020. ...
... These statements can be applied to the model and its application to the Île-de-France region presented in this article. Indeed, previous studies based on MICs already estimated construction materials and waste flows for the capital region of France [58][59][60][61]. Yet, the model presented in this article-the BTP-flux model-goes further and offers a buildingby-building approach with a description of building elements (e.g., exterior walls, roof) based on the intensive use of available data, such as the Energy Performance Diagnosis (EPD) database. ...