Hosted by the Chair of Societal Transition and Circular Economy, University of Freiburg
Determining the implications of circular economy initiatives on the environment and human wellbeing is essential for successful policy development and monitoring. While technical and business aspects of circular economy initiatives receive growing attention, perspectives on power struggles, socioecological justice and trade-offs in implementation are underdeveloped.
This conference calls for contributions from all disciplines that critically explore prospects, potentials, and limitations of circular economy initiatives for social justice and environmental sustainability. more
Interdisciplinary Seminar for Young Researchers in Freiburg
To design a road map towards political visions, such as a circular economy or bio-economy, we need targets, standards, assessments and ways to enforce compliance. At our Interdisciplinary Seminar for Young Researchers, we will explore the connections between policy development, conceptual backgrounds and assessment methods.
Circulus interims Workshop (German) in Berlin
At the Circulus interims workshop, we will present project results and evaluate them in dialogue with participants and selected experts in the fields of circular economy and bioeconomy. It is an opportunity to discuss initiatives, to network and exchange ideas with other experts from business, science, politics and civil society.
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Circulus Workshop at World Resources Forum in Geneve, Switzerland
Circulus will present its results in short presentations before entering in a dialogue with you and other invited experts from the fileds of circular economy and bioeconomy. This will provide apt opportunity to exchange about innovative approaches and initiatives for a bio-based circular economy with other experts from industry, science and civil society.
„Circular Europe for Sustainability: Design, Production and Consumption“
Conference presentations by Circulus researchers:
Circular Economy Strategies for a Resource Efficient Food System: Footprints of German Food Consumption – by Hanna Helander, Anna Petit-Boix and Sina Leipold
Measuring the circular economy in cities through the SDGs: a preliminary discussion – by Anna Petit-Boix, D. Apul and Sina Leipold
Further information: here
„Forest Research and Cooperation for Sustainable Development“
Conference panel „The bioeconomy: Criteria, indicators, circular: A sustainable way forward?“ with Helga Pülzl, Peter Edwards, Stefanie Linser, Tim Payn
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