Editorial of the 10th Eclaira newsletter - Methods and tools for analysis and evaluation: what added value do these provide?
Produced by CIRIDD with support from the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region, ECLAIRA's tenth newsletter is entitled “Methods and tools for analysis and evaluation: what added value do these provide?”
Yes, members of the ECLAIRA network, this really is the 10th newsletter!
The newsletter has been a forum for expressing ideas since 2015 and we are very pleased with the positive reaction expressed by both readers and contributors. Your regular messages encourage us to continue publishing the ECLAIRA newsletter.
The Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Region has again confirmed that it will continue to partner us this year. Once again, we would like to thank the institution, Eric Fournier, and the staff from the environment and energy directorate.
We feel it is today important for us to talk about “analysis and evaluation tools” for projects, to help you in your companies, communities, associations and events and consultancy organizations. You will appreciate the proposed benchmark and you will understand that some of these tools are complementary and meet different needs.
There is no doubt that CIRCLE IT, specially developed by CIRIDD, will find itself a place.
Since circular economy projects require a lot of dialogue as part of long processes, this tool is a support for facilitating, setting up projects and decision-making. It allows project leaders to position themselves and analyse the value created by their project.
Use it freely and give us your suggestions!
Director of CIRIDD
Source: ECLAIRA - Newsletter No. 10 / March 2018
Newsletter edited by CIRIDD with support from Région Auvergne - Rhône-Alpes
Photo credits: Fotolia - CIRIDD - 32December
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