Is the Circular Economy able to transform the built environment in cities? This is the overarching question the CLIC project will deal with at the 18th Annual STS Conference Graz 2019 “Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies”.
On Tuesday, September 18, a Seminar on Circular Business Models has been held at the CNR IRISS with Dr. Roberta De Angelis, research fellow at the University of Exeter (University of Exeter Business School).
Västra Götaland region held the first meeting in Gothenburg on the 19th of September, bringing together relevant stakeholders from three selected sites: Strömsfors, Forsvik and Gustavsfors.
Prof. Luigi Fusco Girard, CLIC Scientific Coordinator, has been invited to talk at the High-level European Parliament Conference the 26th of June 2018 “Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future”, on the future of European cultural heritage.
Participation of CLIC project in the BE-MAT 2018 Business Event on Materials Row Materials & Circular Economy
BE-Mat 2018 was organised by the National Research Council of Italy, member of EEN (Enterprise Europe Network), with the support of the EIT Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) Raw Material.
Participation of CLIC project in the 1st International Academic Symposium organized by the University of Exeter “Circular Economy Disruptions”
The University of Exeter organized an international academic symposium on circular economy (CE) research and practice and its potential to realign global and local economic and business practice with creating economic, natural and social capital.The Symposium provided a necessary forum both for current CE research and practice and as well as probing discussion of future challenges and innovation. Empirical and theoretical contributions were accepted that explored how the adoption of CE will help business, government and civil society organisations address 21st Century challenges.
Laboratory of Transdisciplinary “Best practices on the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage for a circular economy”
Organized by Eindhoven University of Technology, the first CLIC Laboratory of Transdisciplinary (LabT) will take place on May 29th in Eindhoven involving researchers, entrepreneurs, public body representatives and civil society organizations to look at best practices of adaptive reuse of cultural heritage for circular economy.
The three years European project CLIC – Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse – started on 1th December 2017 and funded by the Horizon 2020 research and innovation program – has been officially presented at CNR-IRISS in Naples (Italy) on 28th and 29th January 2018 by the project coordinator.