The prestigious title of European Green Capital is awarded annually by the European Commission to promote and reward the efforts of cities to improve their sustainability for their residents. The award, which was established in 2010 in recognition of the vital role of sustainable, low-carbon living for cities and citizens everywhere, has been won by Stockholm, Hamburg, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Nantes, Copenhagen, and in 2015, by Bristol, the first UK city to do so. Ljubljana bears the title in 2016.More
The circular economy represents a tremendous opportunity for Europe.
With its system-wide perspective, the circular economy has the potential to help us make better decisions about resource use, design out waste, provide added value for business, and proceed along a secure route to society-wide prosperity and environmental sustainability for future generations. More
Rapport fra Syddansk Universitets Center for Integrerende Innovationsledelse medfinansieret af Erhvervsstyrelsen:
Rapportens første konklusion er, at der er et samlet potentiale for materialebesparelser i dansk industri på 6,6 % af det årlige materialeforbrug i produktionen. Tilsvarende estimeres potentialerne for More
A CASE STUDY: DELIVERING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY – A TOOLKIT FOR POLICY MAKERS
This report presents findings from a Denmark case study, undertaken as part of developing a methodology for circular economy policymaking.More