A pressing question lies at the heart of our current research: Can materials play a decisive role in either advancing or hindering our efforts to achieve the goals of climate change mitigation?
INEGI Joins CircEUlar Project with AI-based analysis of effects of urban form on mobility and housing
The Institute of Science and Innovation in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (INEGI) has joined the CircEUlar project as of August 2023, using the new Hop-on facility offered by the European Research Executive Agency.
The work of CircEUlar presented at the 11th International Conference on Industrial Ecology in Leiden
The 11th International Conference on Industrial Ecology was held in Leiden (Netherlands) from the 2nd to the 5th July, 2023. On the final day, CMCC team presented the work of CircEUlar’s Work Package 3.
Representing battery value chains for electromobility in MESSAGEix-Materials- Transport. Towards improved integration of industrial ecology data in IAMs
NTNU hand IIASA have presented their latest advancements towards the integration of the value chains for electromobility into the MESSAGEix-Materials-Transport module at the ISIE 2023.
Experts from three EU projects, SUFFICCS, CircEUlar, and CircoMod are pooling their knowledge to compare methods for measuring building stocks and see how their results stack up.
The CircEUlar project has an emphasis on GHG reductions: Oxford islooking at how BIM can help. It is apparent that the benefits for small architects and constructors, working (for example) on single home projects with a single contractor, may be limited, and in addition they may not have the resources to devote to its implementation.