Oslo has been developing a waste management system based on circular principles to ensure separate waste collection is maximised and transform waste into secondary raw materials. To do so it has actively engaged with citizens, farmers as well as with its city’s public transportation company.
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Facing dramatic deindustrialisation and an uncertain future, the city of Turin implemented processes that paired physical redevelopment with strategic planning to promote citywide revitalisation and economic restructuring in the 1990s. While the transformation has been profound, current challenges call for more circular strategies and an inclusive approach.
Munich has taken its ambitious waste reduction strategy to the next level by developing an innovative reuse lab and shop concept. Its Halle 2 municipal secondhand store not only enables citizens to take responsibility for living more sustainably, it also provides opportunities for job creation, educational programmes and voluntary activities.
As a densely populated and economically powerful urban area, the city of Dusseldorf recognised the challenge of climate change early on and initiated a process of low carbon and zero waste strategy development.
In 2015, Amsterdam commissioned an in-depth study on the potential of a circular economy. The project was the first large-scale research study in the world that uses the ‘city circle scan’ methodology. The scan identifies the areas in which the most significant, tangible progress in realising a circular economy can be achieved.
Birmingham is Britain’s youngest and fastest growing city having also the strongest economy outside the capital and being one of the first cities to adopt a proactive industrial symbiosis approach to develop a medium and long-term strategy for sustainable economic development. The projects born from the industrial symbiosis approach are part of Birmingham’s circular economy strategy.
Terra Humana's 3R zero emission pyrolysis and nutrient recovery technology transform animal by-products into safe and high value Bio-Phosphate fertiliser.
GPP-FURNITURE, European project funded by the Erasmus+ programme, has for objective the development of an innovative e-training program for professionals of the furniture and habitat sector in the field of furniture production and design that meets the new environmental requirements known as Green Public Procurement (GPP).
The ReNueva project of Aguas Danone has been launched to develop its commitment to recycling and reusing plastics, with funding from the Danone Ecosystem Fund; a fund created by Danone at a global level. It aims at increasing recycling in the away-from-home market, while simultaneously training and creating jobs for disabled or socially excluded people.
The PerFORM WATER 2030 project will cover the following 4 main thematic areas and will focus on different study activities and pilots (TRL 4 to 7) implementation:
- Water pathway
- Biosolids valorization pathway
- Material and energy recovery pathway
- Economic sustainability and social acceptability of new technologies.
L’Écolabel Européen fête ses 25 ans en France.
Circular Regions on the Way is the first RETRACE Interregional Dissemination Event.
Conference hosted by SINTEF, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), and Nord University in Trondheim.
Au programme, la présentation des grandes lignes de l’appel à projet 2018 ainsi qu’une mise à l’honneur des lauréats 2017 au travers d’une remise des prix officielle en présence des ministres.
Economie circulaire en entreprise.
Webinar - Bridging climate action and circular economy
Circular Brands is a one-day program with a co-creation approach.
Connect2change interactive debates in Brussels.
Fostering the Transition towards a Circular Economy in Europe.
The 6th International Degrowth Conference for ecological sustainability and social equity aims at promoting cooperation of different groups in the development of scientific, social and political proposals towards ecologically sustainable and socially just transformation.