CIRCULAR Newsletter

The CIRCULAR project is now entering the last stages, we have gathered most of the data and are busy working on analysing, writing up results and presenting the findings from the project.

Motivations and barriers of companies for shifting towards circularity

Paula Hild has created a poster, presenting selective results from her PhD research. The poster was presented at the Europe Summer College on Socio-Spatial Dynamics held by the Regional Studies Association (RSA) in Cagliari, Sardinia in September. Her preliminary results indicate interdependence between what a circular economy model for Luxembourg means and the actors. She … Continued

Progress update. Circular in Motion

While spring has officially sprung in Luxembourg and nature is beginning to ramp up productivity, the CIRCULAR Team has been bustling all winter with interviews, conferences, paper presentations, workshops, and community outreach sessions.  So, what exactly have we been up to? Christian Schulz has been representing the project at a number of university colloquiums and … Continued

Breaking the Take-Make-Dispose Model: Investigating the Circular Economy

The Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning at the University of Luxembourg is excited to introduce a new research project titled Challenges for the implementation of Circular Economy Policies: practices, institutions and hybrid intersections, acronym CIRCULAR. The project is funded by the Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg (FNR) for three years, and will explore … Continued