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The Ó Boneco ("rag doll" in Portuguese) project was born out of a desire to design a tailor-made training combining handicrafts and the traditions of the municipality of Valongo in Portugal.
Circulytics is a comprehensive circularity measurement tool which enables companies to measure circularity across their entire operation and identify opportunities to adopt or further embed circular practices.
Recycling prolongs the life of plastic by re-creating plastic waste into new plastic items. Clariter is a global clean-tech company that has developed a new process to address the world's plastic waste problem.
A Better Life with MgO: a flue gas desulphurisation process with a positive net environmental impact
LIFEPOSITIVEMgOFDG - a project co-financed under the EU's LIFE programme - is about designing and implementing a novel technique for air pollution abatement which respects circular economy principles.
The project reCIRCULARte started in 2017: three unemployed people decided to reuse, recover and restore second-hand material or objects, giving them new life.
Is your lifestyle good or bad for the environment? After taking this short test by the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, you will receive tailor-made tips. The aim is to help you save time and money and so to improve your quality of life.
The CYCLE 2013-2017 interdisciplinary project, supported by the Research Council of Norway, focused on the food supply chain from both agriculture and marine sectors, with the aim to improve utilisation of raw materials in a bio-economical perspective.
Ethikis has created LONGTIME®, the first European, independent label identifying and promoting products designed to last.
Holy-wood is an association of craftsmen who design designer furniture with locally recovered wood in an ethical and holistic approach.