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In Austria, Saint-Gobain ISOVER and Saint-Gobain Rigips are supporting the Liberty.Home project, which aims to help the homeless reintegrate society by creating compact, transportable and sustainable individual housing units for people suffering hardship.
The balcony of the spectacular Messner Mountain museum in Corones, sitting atop one of the Dolomites’ peaks at an altitude of 2,275 meters in the North of Italy, offers visitors a breathtaking view of the Tyrol mountains, thanks to its Saint-Gobain glass balustrade.
Taking advantage of the launch of the “Act4nature” initiative in France, the Group has unveiled its new biodiversity policy, which reflects its commitment to protecting, restoring, encouraging and promoting biodiversity, by involving all stakeholders.
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The Group, through its Saint-Gobain Gyproc, Saint-Gobain Weber, Saint-Gobain ISOVER and Saint-Gobain PAM brands and its Saint-Gobain Glass business, took part in the Thai-French Smart City Forum in Bangkok (Thailand), organized by the French Embassy in Thailand and Business France, a French agency devoted to internationalizing the economy.
In the Netherlands, Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix is involved in the world’s first housing project based on 3D-concrete printing.
In Italy, Saint-Gobain has introduced XYLIVING, an innovative construction method. It basically involves installing timber modules lined with Saint-Gobain ISOVER glass wool and Saint-Gobain Gyproc plasterboard, avoiding the use of traditional materials such as brick and cement.
To celebrate its 10-year anniversary, the Saint-Gobain Foundation is in the spotlight with a new website and a worldwide engagement campaign, “Time to Act!”.
In the United States, Greentown Labs, the country’s largest incubator of clean technology, has officially opened the Global Centre for Cleantech Innovation, to host start-ups working on energy and environmental issues.
Devialet, France’s high-end sound specialist, has opened a store in the main hall of the Palais Garnier. Equipped with Saint-Gobain glass, this transparent space benefits from a 41dB sound attenuation, to enable an optimal listening experience and ensure the tranquility of performances.