Individuals play an important role in the transition to a circular economy. The CircEUlar project partner UG has addressed this topic in several events.
A work studying the potential of digitalisation to change recycling of the four bulk materials which produce ⅔ of industrial GHGs – steel, plastics, aluminium and cement has been completed.
Sustainable consumption remains a key goal today, as reflected in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 12. But it is often hard to see the environmental impact of things that people use, consume and interact with on a daily basis.
Within the CircEUlar project, we strive to understand Circular firm behaviors – classified as the 9R-actions (Refuse, Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Refurbish, Remanufacture, Repurpose, Recycle, and Recover).
From the 17th to the 19th of April 2023, the CircEUlar consortium met in Venice for a 3-day project partner meeting. The meeting was organised in coordination with the sister project CIRCOMOD.
The CircEUlar project formally began on September 1, 2022 with the hybrid project kick-off meeting held at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in Laxenburg, Austria from 29-30 September. The meeting featured 41 participants from all 11 partners...