Check out ECLAIRA factsheets 6 to 8 on the transition to the circular economy
The ECLAIRA factsheets are produced by CIRIDD. They shed special light on tools, methods and approaches for circular economy project leaders.
Factsheets 6 to 8 are inspired by the theme of ECLAIRA Newsletter no. 9 "The viability of circular economy projects: a question of innovation".
- Factsheet 6: Transforming opportunities into circular economy projects
Circular economy projects are not necessarily initiated as such by companies, local authorities and project leaders in general. Some have a de facto involvement in circular economy initiatives and affirm it as such. Others reason more directly in terms of opportunities. >> Consult / Download
- Factsheet 7: How to prepare for the transition of a system to the circular economy?
In technical terms, the implementation of a circular economy solution requires a combination of conditions and sometimes involves the need to prepare the environment surrounding the project. The change may be substantial: it is a technical, organizational and relational challenge. >> Consult / Download
- Factsheet 8: Becoming part of a philosophy of sharing for a transition to circular projects
The first three ECLAIRA factsheets go further into the theme of ECLAIRA Newsletter no. 7 "Dynamics of people at the heart of the circular economy". ECLAIRA factsheets nos. 4 and 5 draw on Newsletter no. 8 "Choosing the right scale"
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