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Title (LINK)DescriptionSocietal Readiness Leveltermsstatus
Pilot Project for the development of sustainable service hubs in growing local areas and cities.
SRL 7 - refinement of project and/or solution and, if needed, retesting in relevant environment with relevant stakeholders
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 15 – Life on Land, SDG 2 – Zero Hunger, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, SDG 6 – Clean Water & Sanitation, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Personlisation, Enhanced Traceability, Sustainable by design, Digitalisation & online platforms, Distribution, Local production, Production on demand, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Collection, Reuse as Material, Waste Prevention, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Urban, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased quality of life, New community space, Reduced social pressure, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, Job creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased biodiversity, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 7 - refinement of project and/or solution and, if needed, retesting in relevant environment with relevant stakeholders, Ability to deliver high quality remanufactured products, Change of mindset, Circular design, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Complementary skills/services required, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Dependencies on natural capital, High upfront investment costs, Inability to reach 100% recycling, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of community connection, Lack of leadership, Limited Circular Procurement, Limited funding, Limited understanding on impacts, MARKET, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, Strict planning and permission hurdles, TECHNOLOGICAL, Technology and infrastructure path dependency & lock-in, Too few large scale projects, Traceability/transparency in the value chain, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, Better waste processing, Biomimicry innovation - emulating natures strategies, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Foster the development of new technologies with the support of public authorities, Green & Circular Procurement, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, MARKET, More inclusive and connected communities, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Stronger personal connections, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, Valuing the services, not only the products - provided by nature, CE Business Model, Agriculture, Bio-economy, Community, Design, Energy, Food & Drink, Logistics, Manufacturing, Material Flows, Product-as-a-Service, Reuse, Supply Chain, Waste Management, Water
Saving food and making great veggie lunches
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 2 – Zero Hunger, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Enhanced Traceability, Sustainable by design, Circular Product Awareness, Distribution, Local production, Collection, Reuse as Material, Reuse of materials, Upcycling, Waste Prevention, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, B2C - Business to Consumer, Urban, Food, water and nutrients, Svenska, Increased access to services/products, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased quality of life, Increased value creation, Reduced economic pressure, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased environmental stewardship, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Absence of consistently applied standards and protocols, Change of mindset, Circular design, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Complementary skills/services required, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Geographic dispersion of supply chains, Lack of awareness, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited reverse logistics capacity, Limited understanding on impacts, MARKET, Operating in a linear system, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Strategy to extend product service life, TECHNOLOGICAL, Too few large scale projects, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Better waste processing, Change in the choices made by consumers, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Green & Circular Procurement, Increased efficiency, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, CE Business Model, Organic, food, Food & Drink, Supply Chain, Waste Management
borrow sports and outdoor equipment for free
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, SDG 4 – Quality Education, SDG 5 – Gender Equality, Circular Product Awareness, Digitalisation & online platforms, Distribution, Longer Use, Maintenance Services, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Promoting longer use, Promoting Reuse, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Reuse as Product, Shared Use, Shared Use, Take-back & resale/reuse stores/platforms, Collection, Waste Prevention, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Macro - Cities, Regions, Nations, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Micro - User, Product & Company, Third Sector, G2C - Government to Consumer, Urban, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased physical activity, Increased quality of life, Less hierarchical organisations, Reduced gender inequalities, Reduced social pressure, Job creation, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Circular design, Consumer interest and awareness, CULTURAL, Lack of awareness, Lack of global consensus, Limited funding, MARKET, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, TECHNOLOGICAL, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, CULTURAL, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Green & Circular Procurement, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, More inclusive and connected communities, New alliances and collaborations, Reduced gender inequality, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Stronger personal connections, Supporting an inclusive workforce, TECHNOLOGICAL, CE Business Model, Community, Health & Wellbeing, Product-as-a-Service, Reuse, Sharing, Social Enterprise, Sports & Recreation
Reuse and repair of loading pallets all over Sweden
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Design for longevity, Enhanced Traceability, Phasing out of chemicals of concern, Quality & safety requirements, Safe & Clean Materials, Sustainable by design, Use of secondary materials, Distribution, Durable products, Longer Use, Longer Use, Maintenance Services, Reduced VAT on repair, Reduced VAT on second hand, Reducing VAT on sharing, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Reuse as Product, Reuse as Product, Shared Use, Take-back & resale/reuse stores/platforms, Collection, Collection, Extended producer responsibility, Reuse as Material, Reuse as Material, Reuse of materials, Waste Prevention, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Sensors, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, not applicable, Construction & Buildings, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Reduced social pressure, Increased competitiveness, Increased Financial Capital, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Increased value creation, Job creation, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Governance issues related to responsibility and property, Government incentive support the linear economy, High planning and management costs, High upfront investment costs, International and geopolitical competition, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of fiscal tools for internalizing environmental costs, Lack of leadership, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited Circular Procurement, Limited understanding on impacts, MARKET, Negative gender norms, status and values, Obstructing laws and regulations, Operating in a linear system, Recycling policies are not efficient enough to yield high quality, REGULATORY, Resistance by key stakeholders seeking the status quo, Shareholder concerns dominate corporate governance, SOCIAL, Strict planning and permission hurdles, Traceability/transparency in the value chain, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Assess progress using reliable indicators for imports and local production while accounting for the life cycles of products, Better consideration of the labour force, Better waste processing, Biomimicry innovation - emulating natures strategies, Change in the choices made by consumers, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Foster the development of new technologies with the support of public authorities, Functional service economy, Green & Circular Procurement, Implementing gender and ethnic diversity in technology, Increased efficiency, Increased environmental performance, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, Reduced gender inequality, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Supporting an inclusive workforce, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, CE Business Model, Life Cycle Analysis, Moving to fossil free materials, Saving fossil resources, Substituting carbon-intense products like plastics, concrete, steel and synthetic textiles for lower carbon alternatives, Built Environment, Logistics, Material Flows, Product-as-a-Service, Recycling, Remanufacturing, Repair, Reuse, Supply Chain
A Road to Sustainability
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 6 – Clean Water & Sanitation, SDG 7 – Affordable & Clean Energy, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Circular design education, Safe & Clean Materials, Sustainable Material Production, Promoting longer use, Demand for recycled materials & products, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, B2G - Business to Government, Urban, Construction & Buildings, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased physical activity, Increased quality of life, New community space, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased biodiversity, Increased environmental stewardship, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Absence of consistently applied standards and protocols, Change of mindset, Circular design, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Complementary skills/services required, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Geographic dispersion of products/materials, Government incentive support the linear economy, High upfront investment costs, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of fiscal tools for internalizing environmental costs, Lack of leadership, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited understanding on impacts, Low virgin material prices, MARKET, Obstructing laws and regulations, Operating in a linear system, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, Resistance by key stakeholders seeking the status quo, Shareholder concerns dominate corporate governance, SOCIAL, Spatial and temporal limits, Strict planning and permission hurdles, TECHNOLOGICAL, Too few large scale projects, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Better consideration of the labour force, Better waste processing, Biomimicry innovation - emulating natures strategies, Change in the choices made by consumers, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Foster the development of new technologies with the support of public authorities, Functional service economy, Green & Circular Procurement, Higher quality of recycled materials, Increased efficiency, Increased environmental performance, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, Valuing the services, not only the products - provided by nature, CE Business Model, Moving to fossil free materials, Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy, Saving fossil resources, Substituting carbon-intense products like plastics, concrete, steel and synthetic textiles for lower carbon alternatives, Built Environment, Design, Education, Mobility
Circular Economy Business Accelerator North Sweden - a network for circular business model transformation
SRL 3 - initial testing of proposed solution(s) together with relevant stakeholders
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 14 – Life Below Water, SDG 15 – Life on Land, SDG 16 – Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 2 – Zero Hunger, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, SDG 4 – Quality Education, SDG 5 – Gender Equality, SDG 6 – Clean Water & Sanitation, SDG 7 – Affordable & Clean Energy, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Circular design education, Design Knowledge Hubs, Circular Product Awareness, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Shared Use, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, B2G - Business to Government, not applicable, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Alternative revenue streams, New markets, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, SRL 3 - initial testing of proposed solution(s) together with relevant stakeholders, Consumption habits, Demand for low prices, Lack of awareness, Low virgin material prices, MARKET, SOCIAL, Change in the choices made by consumers, Competitive advantage for early adopters, Digital infrastructure, MARKET, SOCIAL, CE Business Model, Moving to fossil free materials, Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy, Education
Sharing City Umeå is part of Sharing Cities Sweden. It is a national sharing program. SCU works actively and critically with the sharing economy and its potential for sustainability.
SRL 6 - solution(s) demonstrated in relevant environment and in co‐operation with relevant stakeholders to gain initial feedback on potential impact
Uncategorized, limited timeframe pilot/project, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, SDG 6 – Clean Water & Sanitation, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Longer Use, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Promoting longer use, Promoting Reuse, Reuse as Product, Shared Use, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, Macro - Cities, Regions, Nations, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Knowledge Sector, Private Sector, Public Sector, Third Sector, Urban, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased physical activity, Increased quality of life, Reduced gender inequalities, Reduced social pressure, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, Job creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 6 - solution(s) demonstrated in relevant environment and in co‐operation with relevant stakeholders to gain initial feedback on potential impact, Change of mindset, Complementary skills/services required, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, Governance issues related to responsibility and property, Lack of awareness, Lack of community connection, Lack of fiscal tools for internalizing environmental costs, Lack of sense of urgency, Lack of trust, Limited funding, Limited understanding on impacts, MARKET, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, Spatial and temporal limits, TECHNOLOGICAL, Better consideration of the labour force, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Functional service economy, Green & Circular Procurement, Increased efficiency, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, More inclusive and connected communities, New alliances and collaborations, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, CE Business Model, Community, Education, Health & Wellbeing, Mobility, Product-as-a-Service, Recycling, Repair, Reuse, Sharing, Sports & Recreation
Remanufactured and repurposed medical instruments
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Design for disassembly, Design for longevity, Enhanced Traceability, Safe & Clean Materials, Sustainable by design, Local production, Durable products, Longer Use, Maintenance Services, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Reuse as Product, Take-back & resale/reuse stores/platforms, Collection, Reuse as Material, Reuse of materials, Upcycling, Waste Prevention, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, B2G - Business to Government, not applicable, Electronics and ICT, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased competitiveness, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Circular design, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Company/community culture, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Geographic dispersion of products/materials, Inability to reach 100% recycling, Lack of awareness, Limited Circular Procurement, Limited funding, MARKET, Obstructing laws and regulations, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Strategy to extend product service life, TECHNOLOGICAL, Change in the choices made by consumers, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Green & Circular Procurement, Higher quality of recycled materials, Increased efficiency, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, CE Business Model, Design, Electronics, Health & Wellbeing, Manufacturing, Material Flows, Product-as-a-Service, Remanufacturing, Repair, Reuse, Supply Chain
Umeås own Reuse-Shop and Upcycling-Workshops giving work opportunities and products a second chance
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 4 – Quality Education, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, Personlisation, Circular Product Awareness, Local production, Longer Use, Longer Use, Maintenance Services, Promoting longer use, Promoting Reuse, Repair Services, Repair skills & DIY Maintenance Guidelines, Reuse as Product, Take-back & resale/reuse stores/platforms, Collection, Demand for recycled materials & products, Reuse as Material, Reuse of materials, Revaluing handicraft, Upcycling, Waste Prevention, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Micro - User, Product & Company, Public Sector, B2C - Business to Consumer, B2G - Business to Government, Urban, Textiles, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased quality of life, Reduced gender inequalities, Reduced social pressure, Alternative revenue streams, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Ability to deliver high quality remanufactured products, Absence of consistently applied standards and protocols, Change of mindset, Circular design, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, Geographic dispersion of products/materials, Geographic dispersion of supply chains, Governance issues related to responsibility and property, Government incentive support the linear economy, High planning and management costs, Inability to reach 100% recycling, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of community connection, Lack of fiscal tools for internalizing environmental costs, Lack of sense of urgency, Lack of trust, Limited Circular Procurement, Limited funding, Limited reverse logistics capacity, Limited understanding on impacts, Low virgin material prices, MARKET, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Obstructing laws and regulations, Operating in a linear system, Recycling policies are not efficient enough to yield high quality, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, Spatial and temporal limits, Strategy to extend product service life, TECHNOLOGICAL, Too few large scale projects, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Better consideration of the labour force, Better waste processing, Biomimicry innovation - emulating natures strategies, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Functional service economy, Green & Circular Procurement, Higher quality of recycled materials, Implementing gender and ethnic diversity in technology, Increased efficiency, Increased environmental performance, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, More inclusive and connected communities, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, Reduced gender inequality, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Stronger personal connections, Supporting an inclusive workforce, Tax shift from Labour to Resources, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, Valuing the services, not only the products - provided by nature, CE Business Model, Reused products, Community, Design, Education, Manufacturing, Material Flows, Remanufacturing, Repair, Reuse, Social Enterprise, Sports & Recreation, Supply Chain, Textiles
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SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Durable products, Longer Use, Maintenance Services, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Reuse as Product, Collection, Reuse as Material, Reuse of materials, Upcycling, Waste Prevention, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, B2G - Business to Government, not applicable, Electronics and ICT, Svenska, Increased access to services/products, Increased employment, Increased local pride, Alternative revenue streams, Job creation, New markets, Environmental awareness, Increased environmental stewardship, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Circular design, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Government incentive support the linear economy, Lack of awareness, Lack of trust, Limited Circular Procurement, Limited reverse logistics capacity, MARKET, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Operating in a linear system, REGULATORY, Resistance by key stakeholders seeking the status quo, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, TECHNOLOGICAL, Traceability/transparency in the value chain, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Change in the choices made by consumers, CULTURAL, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Green & Circular Procurement, Increased efficiency, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, MARKET, New alliances and collaborations, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Tax shift from Labour to Resources, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, Valuing the services, not only the products - provided by nature, CE Business Model, Reused products, Saving fossil resources, Electronics, Product-as-a-Service, Remanufacturing, Repair, Reuse, Supply Chain
Brighteco offers light as a service - and upcycles old LED screens into functional lighting
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, Design for disassembly, Design for longevity, Sustainable by design, Local production, Durable products, Longer Use, Maintenance Services, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Reuse as Product, Reuse as Material, Reuse of materials, Upcycling, Waste Prevention, Electronics, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, B2G - Business to Government, Peri-urban, Rural, Urban, Construction & Buildings, Electronics and ICT, Svenska, Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Ability to deliver high quality remanufactured products, Change of mindset, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, Government incentive support the linear economy, High upfront investment costs, Lack of awareness, Lack of fiscal tools for internalizing environmental costs, Lack of leadership, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited Circular Procurement, Limited understanding on impacts, Low virgin material prices, MARKET, Obstructing laws and regulations, Operating in a linear system, Regional service economy infrastructure, Resistance by key stakeholders seeking the status quo, SOCIAL, Strategy to extend product service life, TECHNOLOGICAL, Technology and infrastructure path dependency & lock-in, Too few large scale projects, Assess progress using reliable indicators for imports and local production while accounting for the life cycles of products, Better waste processing, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Functional service economy, Green & Circular Procurement, Increased efficiency, Increased environmental performance, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Stronger personal connections, Tax shift from Labour to Resources, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, CE Business Model, Light, Saving fossil resources, Built Environment, Design, Electronics, Manufacturing, Material Flows, Product-as-a-Service, Recycling, Remanufacturing
Sustainable delivery, haulage, moving and gods transportation services by e-cargo bike for businesses and individuals in the urban Umeå area
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Sustainable by design, Distribution, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Urban, Batteries and vehicles, Svenska, Increased access to services/products, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased quality of life, Job creation, New markets, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, Geographic dispersion of supply chains, Lack of awareness, Lack of community connection, Lack of leadership, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited Circular Procurement, Limited understanding on impacts, MARKET, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Spatial and temporal limits, TECHNOLOGICAL, Technology and infrastructure path dependency & lock-in, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, Change in the choices made by consumers, CULTURAL, Green & Circular Procurement, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Tax shift from Labour to Resources, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, Valuing the services, not only the products - provided by nature, CE Business Model, Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy, Logistics, Mobility
HAFSEN aims to support ambitious and motivated SME:s in the transition to more sustainable and circular business models.
SRL 6 - solution(s) demonstrated in relevant environment and in co‐operation with relevant stakeholders to gain initial feedback on potential impact
Uncategorized, limited timeframe pilot/project, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Circular design education, Design Knowledge Hubs, Sustainable Material Production, Circular Product Awareness, Production, Longer Use, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Promoting longer use, Promoting Reuse, Reuse as Product, Shared Use, Demand for recycled materials & products, Reuse as Material, Waste Prevention, Micro - User, Product & Company, Knowledge Sector, Public Sector, B2B - Business to Business, not applicable, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, Increased Financial Capital, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 6 - solution(s) demonstrated in relevant environment and in co‐operation with relevant stakeholders to gain initial feedback on potential impact, Change of mindset, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Consumer interest and awareness, CULTURAL, Geographic dispersion of products/materials, Geographic dispersion of supply chains, International and geopolitical competition, Lack of awareness, Lack of community connection, Lack of leadership, Lack of sense of urgency, Lack of trust, Limited funding, MARKET, Operating in a linear system, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Foster the development of new technologies with the support of public authorities, Increased efficiency, Increased environmental performance, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, CE Business Model, Education
Prevention of food waste in Bærum municipality
SRL 1 - identifying problem and identifying potential solutions
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Collection, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Knowledge Sector, Private Sector, Public Sector, Third Sector, G2B - Government to Business, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Improved wellbeing, Increased local pride, Increased value creation, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced waste, SRL 1 - identifying problem and identifying potential solutions, CEBM (condensed), Food & Drink, Procurement, Waste Management
Enabling the public sector to describe the problem they need solved, not requiring them to pre-define the solution. 
SRL 1 - identifying problem and identifying potential solutions
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, Legal support, Startup & SME investment funding & support, Macro - Cities, Regions, Nations, G2B - Government to Business, not applicable, Norsk, Increased competitiveness, Increased Financial Capital, Increased value creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, SRL 1 - identifying problem and identifying potential solutions, CEBM (condensed), Procurement
Toolbox for Circular Public Procurement
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Sustainable production & product policies, Green public procurement, Macro - Cities, Regions, Nations, Micro - User, Product & Company, Public Sector, G2B - Government to Business, not applicable, Batteries and vehicles, Construction & Buildings, Electronics and ICT, Food, water and nutrients, Packaging, Plastics, Textiles, Norsk, Increased value creation, New markets, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Procurement
Study on circular procurement and test of circular procurement in practice.
SRL 3 - initial testing of proposed solution(s) together with relevant stakeholders
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 15 – Life on Land, Sustainable Material Production, Circular Product Awareness, Green public procurement, Waste Prevention, Waste Prevention, Waste Prevention, Macro - Cities, Regions, Nations, Micro - User, Product & Company, Public Sector, G2B - Government to Business, Peri-urban, Rural, Urban, Svenska, Improved wellbeing, Environmental awareness, Increased biodiversity, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 3 - initial testing of proposed solution(s) together with relevant stakeholders, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, MARKET, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Competitive advantage for early adopters, Green & Circular Procurement, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, CE Business Model, Moving to fossil free materials, Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy, Food & Drink, Procurement
The City Council has commissioned the Municipal Executive Board to develop a Stretgy for circular economy
SRL 5 - proposed solution(s) validated by relevant stakeholders in the area
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, Circular design education, Design for longevity, Eco-design guidelines, Sustainable by design, Macro - Cities, Regions, Nations, Citizen, Knowledge Sector, Private Sector, Public Sector, G2B - Government to Business, G2C - Government to Consumer, G2G - Government to Government, Peri-urban, Rural, Urban, Svenska, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 5 - proposed solution(s) validated by relevant stakeholders in the area, Change of mindset, CULTURAL, Governance issues related to responsibility and property, Government incentive support the linear economy, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, CE Business Model, Community, Logistics, Procurement, Recycling, Sharing, Supply Chain
The city of Umeå works actively to make residents choose more sustainable modes of transport. By introducing a rental system of electric cargo bikes, we allow the residents to discover and test a way
SRL 7 - refinement of project and/or solution and, if needed, retesting in relevant environment with relevant stakeholders
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Sustainable by design, Circular Product Awareness, Digitalisation & online platforms, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Reuse as Product, Shared Use, Shared Use, Micro - User, Product & Company, Public Sector, G2B - Government to Business, G2C - Government to Consumer, G2G - Government to Government, Urban, Batteries and vehicles, Electronics and ICT, Svenska, Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased physical activity, Increased quality of life, New community space, Reduced social pressure, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, SRL 7 - refinement of project and/or solution and, if needed, retesting in relevant environment with relevant stakeholders, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, Competition regulations block cooperation between companies (anti-trust, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, High planning and management costs, High upfront investment costs, Lack of awareness, Lack of fiscal tools for internalizing environmental costs, Lack of leadership, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited funding, Limited understanding on impacts, MARKET, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, Spatial and temporal limits, TECHNOLOGICAL, Technology and infrastructure path dependency & lock-in, Too few large scale projects, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Functional service economy, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Tax shift from Labour to Resources, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, Valuing the services, not only the products - provided by nature, CE Business Model, Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy, Saving fossil resources, Health & Wellbeing, Mobility, Product-as-a-Service, Sharing, Sports & Recreation
Umeå Energi is offering its customers solar PV-packages as a service
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 7 – Affordable & Clean Energy, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Pro-sumerism, Circular Product Awareness, Local production, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Promoting longer use, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, Public Sector, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Rural, Urban, Svenska, Increased access to services/products, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, Increased value creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased environmental stewardship, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Circular design, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Company/community culture, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, High planning and management costs, Inability to reach 100% recycling, Lack of awareness, Lack of leadership, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited Circular Procurement, Low virgin material prices, MARKET, Operating in a linear system, Recycling policies are not efficient enough to yield high quality, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, Traceability/transparency in the value chain, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Higher quality of recycled materials, Increased environmental performance, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, More inclusive and connected communities, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, CE Business Model, Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy, Built Environment, Energy, Product-as-a-Service
Pushing the fashion industry to become more sustainable. Through local, fashion interested consumers using Instagram to inspire and influence their followers and create a grass-root movement.
SRL 6 - solution(s) demonstrated in relevant environment and in co‐operation with relevant stakeholders to gain initial feedback on potential impact
Uncategorized, limited timeframe pilot/project, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, Sustainable Material Production, Circular Product Awareness, Longer Use, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Promoting longer use, Promoting Reuse, Repair skills & DIY Maintenance Guidelines, Reuse as Product, Shared Use, Demand for recycled materials & products, Reuse as Material, Revaluing handicraft, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, Macro - Cities, Regions, Nations, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Knowledge Sector, Private Sector, Public Sector, Third Sector, B2C - Business to Consumer, Urban, Textiles, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased contacts among people, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased local pride, Increased competitiveness, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 6 - solution(s) demonstrated in relevant environment and in co‐operation with relevant stakeholders to gain initial feedback on potential impact, Ability to deliver high quality remanufactured products, Absence of consistently applied standards and protocols, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, Geographic dispersion of products/materials, Geographic dispersion of supply chains, Inability to reach 100% recycling, International and geopolitical competition, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of fiscal tools for internalizing environmental costs, Lack of global consensus, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited understanding on impacts, Low virgin material prices, MARKET, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Operating in a linear system, Recycling policies are not efficient enough to yield high quality, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, Resistance by key stakeholders seeking the status quo, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, Strategy to extend product service life, TECHNOLOGICAL, Too few large scale projects, Traceability/transparency in the value chain, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Assess progress using reliable indicators for imports and local production while accounting for the life cycles of products, Better consideration of the labour force, Better waste processing, Biomimicry innovation - emulating natures strategies, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Functional service economy, Higher quality of recycled materials, Increased efficiency, Increased environmental performance, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Tax shift from Labour to Resources, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, CE Business Model, Substituting carbon-intense products like plastics, concrete, steel and synthetic textiles for lower carbon alternatives, Community, Product-as-a-Service, Recycling, Remanufacturing, Repair, Reuse, Sharing, Textiles
Dairy sludge fertilizer to local farms/green house
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Uncategorized, Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, Sustainable by design, Reuse as Material, Reuse of materials, Waste Prevention, Fertilisers, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, B2B - Business to Business, Rural, Urban, Food, water and nutrients, Svenska, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased competitiveness, Increased value creation, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Absence of consistently applied standards and protocols, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumer interest and awareness, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, High planning and management costs, High upfront investment costs, Limited funding, MARKET, Obstructing laws and regulations, REGULATORY, Spatial and temporal limits, Strict planning and permission hurdles, TECHNOLOGICAL, Better waste processing, Change in the choices made by consumers, Green & Circular Procurement, Higher quality of recycled materials, Increased efficiency, Increased environmental performance, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, MARKET, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, Valuing the services, not only the products - provided by nature, CE Business Model, Fertilisers, Agriculture, Bio-economy, Manufacturing, Waste Management
Create sustainable reuse business models for SMEs from recycling centers, increase the volumes of reuse via recycling centres and make reuse economically sustainable.
SRL 3 - initial testing of proposed solution(s) together with relevant stakeholders
limited timeframe pilot/project, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, Use of secondary materials, Circular Product Awareness, Competition support to second hand stores, Labour subsidies, Legal support, Longer Use, Longer Use, Promoting longer use, Promoting Reuse, Reduced VAT on repair, Reduced VAT on second hand, Repair skills & DIY Maintenance Guidelines, Reuse as Product, Reuse as Product, Reuse targets, Collection, Collection, Demand for recycled materials & products, Extended producer responsibility, Reuse as Material, Reuse as Material, Revaluing handicraft, Waste Prevention, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, General waste, other, TRL 0 - IDEA, Macro - Cities, Regions, Nations, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Micro - User, Product & Company, Public Sector, Regional, G2B - Government to Business, G2C - Government to Consumer, Urban, Batteries and vehicles, Construction & Buildings, Electronics and ICT, Food, water and nutrients, Packaging, Plastics, Textiles, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased local pride, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 3 - initial testing of proposed solution(s) together with relevant stakeholders, Ability to deliver high quality remanufactured products, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Demand for low prices, Geographic dispersion of products/materials, High upfront investment costs, Lack of awareness, Lack of fiscal tools for internalizing environmental costs, Lack of global consensus, Lack of leadership, Limited reverse logistics capacity, Limited understanding on impacts, Low virgin material prices, MARKET, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Obstructing laws and regulations, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, TECHNOLOGICAL, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Assess progress using reliable indicators for imports and local production while accounting for the life cycles of products, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Foster the development of new technologies with the support of public authorities, Functional service economy, Green & Circular Procurement, Increased environmental performance, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Supporting an inclusive workforce, Tax shift from Labour to Resources, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, Circular Policy, Household Waste, Reused products, Recycling, Repair, Reuse, Social Enterprise, Waste Management
upcycling and repair - social innovation
SRL 1 - identifying problem and identifying potential solutions
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 5 – Gender Equality, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, Personlisation, Local production, Production on demand, Repair Services, Reuse of materials, Upcycling, Textile, Micro - User, Product & Company, Third Sector, Local, Peri-urban, Textiles, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased value creation, Job creation, Reduced spending, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, SRL 1 - identifying problem and identifying potential solutions, CEBM (condensed), textiles, bags, clothing, Repair, Social Enterprise, Textiles
Alternative school lunches utilising food waste
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 2 – Zero Hunger, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Waste prevention campaigns, Food, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, Local, Peri-urban, Urban, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased value creation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, CEBM (condensed), food waste, school lunches, Education, Food & Drink, Health & Wellbeing
using food waste to develop a new market
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Waste prevention campaigns, Top-soil, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, National, B2C - Business to Consumer, not applicable, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased local resilience, Increased value creation, Increased biodiversity, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), food waste, soil, Agriculture, Food & Drink
Hens - turning what would have been food waste into a new market
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 15 – Life on Land, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Local production, Waste Prevention, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, National, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Rural, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased local resilience, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Organic, Agriculture, Food & Drink
turning food waste into meals
Active, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 2 – Zero Hunger, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, Circular Product Awareness, Waste prevention campaigns, Micro - User, Product & Company, Third Sector, Local, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, B2G - Business to Government, Urban, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased quality of life, Reduced social pressure, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, CEBM (condensed), Food & Drink
Food Bank
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 2 – Zero Hunger, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Promoting longer use, Collection, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, Third Sector, Regional, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Urban, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local resilience, Increased quality of life, Reduced social pressure, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Food & Drink
stoping food waste
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, Take-back & resale/reuse stores/platforms, Collection, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, Micro - User, Product & Company, Cloud, Public Sector, Global, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Urban, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Food & Drink
Makerspace and Electronic Repairs
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, Maintenance Services, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Promoting longer use, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Repair skills & DIY Maintenance Guidelines, Shared Use, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, Micro - User, Product & Company, Cloud, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Electronics and ICT, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased local resilience, New community space, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Increased value creation, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Community, Education, Electronics, Product-as-a-Service, Repair, Sharing
Clothing as a Service
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, Maintenance Services, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Shared Use, Take-back & resale/reuse stores/platforms, Micro - User, Product & Company, Cloud, Private Sector, National, B2C - Business to Consumer, Urban, Textiles, Čeština, Increased access to services/products, Increased value creation, New markets, Reduced spending, Increased resource utilisation, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Product-as-a-Service, Textiles
from food waste to inclusive jobs
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, Local production, Collection, Waste Prevention, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, National, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Urban, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased physical activity, Increased quality of life, Increased competitiveness, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased biodiversity, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Food & Drink, Social Enterprise
Co-working & Makerspace
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Local production, Production on demand, Durable products, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Repair skills & DIY Maintenance Guidelines, Shared Use, Micro - User, Product & Company, Private Sector, Third Sector, Local, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Rural, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, New community space, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Increased value creation, New markets, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Increased resource utilisation, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Consumption habits, Lack of awareness, Lack of community connection, More inclusive and connected communities, CEBM (condensed), Community, Sharing
not for profit second hand shop
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Rural, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, New community space, Reduced social pressure, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Community, Reuse
Social enterprise & inclusive jobs
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, Demand for recycled materials & products, Revaluing handicraft, Mixed paper, Micro - User, Product & Company, Public Sector, Local, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, G2B - Government to Business, G2C - Government to Consumer, Peri-urban, Rural, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased quality of life, New community space, Increased value creation, Job creation, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), paper, stationary, Education, Health & Wellbeing, Logistics, Manufacturing, Reuse, Social Enterprise
Shared
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 14 – Life Below Water, SDG 15 – Life on Land, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Rural, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased physical activity, Increased quality of life, New community space, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased environmental stewardship, SRL 9 - integrated into society, CEBM (condensed), Community, Health & Wellbeing, Maritime, Sharing, Sports & Recreation
free access to sports and camping equipment
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Shared Use, Micro - User, Product & Company, Public Sector, Local, G2C - Government to Consumer, Peri-urban, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased physical activity, Increased quality of life, Reduced social pressure, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Increased resource utilisation, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, Consumption habits, Lack of awareness, Lack of community connection, Limited funding, Limited understanding on impacts, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Regional service economy infrastructure, Social status linked to consumption, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, Digital infrastructure, Functional service economy, Knowledge of impact, More inclusive and connected communities, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, Stronger personal connections, CEBM (condensed), Community, Sharing, Sports & Recreation
access over ownership for youth divers
SRL 8 - proposed solution(s) as well as a plan for societal implementation
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 14 – Life Below Water, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Repair skills & DIY Maintenance Guidelines, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Cloud, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased physical activity, New community space, Reduced social pressure, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, SRL 8 - proposed solution(s) as well as a plan for societal implementation, CEBM (condensed), Community, Maritime, Sharing, Sports & Recreation
Free café & food boxes
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 2 – Zero Hunger, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Repair Services, Reuse as Product, Take-back & resale/reuse stores/platforms, Collection, Reuse of materials, Upcycling, Waste Prevention, Electronics, Food, General waste, Textile, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2C - Business to Consumer, P2P - Peer to Peer, Peri-urban, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased quality of life, New community space, Reduced social pressure, Increased value creation, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, Consumer interest and awareness, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of community connection, Lack of trust, Limited funding, Limited understanding on impacts, Negative gender norms, status and values, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Social status linked to consumption, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, Better consideration of the labour force, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, More inclusive and connected communities, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, Stronger personal connections, Supporting an inclusive workforce, CEBM (condensed), food waste, used clothing, used electronics, used toys, food, Community, Food & Drink, Health & Wellbeing, Sharing
TURNING WASTE STREAMS INTO REVENUE STREAMS
SRL 2 - formulation of problem and proposed solution(s) - identifying relevant stakeholders for the project
Planned, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Circular design education, Demand for secondary materials, Enhanced Traceability, Research on safe substitute materials, Safe & Clean Materials, Sustainable Material Production, Sustainable sourcing labelling, Use of secondary materials, Circular Product Awareness, Digitalisation & online platforms, Collection, Collection, Demand for recycled materials & products, Quality requirements for recycled materials, Recycling & recycled content targets, Reuse as Material, Reuse as Material, Reuse of materials, Waste Prevention, Waste Prevention, TRL 7 - DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM, Meso - Network, Cluster & Eco-Industrial Parks, Cloud, Private Sector, Public Sector, Third Sector, Supranational, B2B - Business to Business, B2G - Business to Government, G2B - Government to Business, not applicable, Batteries and vehicles, Construction & Buildings, Electronics and ICT, Food, water and nutrients, Packaging, Plastics, Textiles, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced waste, SRL 2 - formulation of problem and proposed solution(s) - identifying relevant stakeholders for the project, Ability to deliver high quality remanufactured products, Absence of consistently applied standards and protocols, Change of mindset, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Complexity of the materials to be recycled, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, Geographic dispersion of products/materials, Geographic dispersion of supply chains, Governance issues related to responsibility and property, Government incentive support the linear economy, High planning and management costs, High upfront investment costs, International and geopolitical competition, Lack of awareness, Lack of leadership, Limited Circular Procurement, Limited funding, Limited reverse logistics capacity, Limited understanding on impacts, Low virgin material prices, Operating in a linear system, Recycling policies are not efficient enough to yield high quality, Resistance by key stakeholders seeking the status quo, Shareholder concerns dominate corporate governance, Strict planning and permission hurdles, Technology and infrastructure path dependency & lock-in, Too few large scale projects, Traceability/transparency in the value chain, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Assess progress using reliable indicators for imports and local production while accounting for the life cycles of products, Better consideration of the labour force, Better waste processing, Biomimicry innovation - emulating natures strategies, Change in the choices made by consumers, Competitive advantage for early adopters, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Foster the development of new technologies with the support of public authorities, Green & Circular Procurement, Higher quality of recycled materials, Increased efficiency, Increased environmental performance, Increased resource productivity, cost reductions, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, Supporting an inclusive workforce, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, CE Business Model, Biodynamic, Life Cycle Analysis, Materials Passport, Multiple & Newly developed, Organic, Provenance, Social LCA, Saving fossil resources, Material Flows, Reuse, Supply Chain, Waste Management
collaborative community repair events
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, Maintenance Services, Repair Services, Upcycling, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2C - Business to Consumer, P2P - Peer to Peer, Peri-urban, Rural, Electronics and ICT, Textiles, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased employment, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, New community space, Increased value creation, Job creation, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Circular design, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of community connection, Lack of sense of urgency, Lack of trust, Limited understanding on impacts, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Operating in a linear system, Social status linked to consumption, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, More inclusive and connected communities, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, Stronger personal connections, Supporting an inclusive workforce, Tax shift from Labour to Resources, CE Business Model, Community, Electronics, Repair
free access to seed supporting local resilience
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 2 – Zero Hunger, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, Digitalisation & online platforms, Distribution, Local production, Production, Production on demand, Shared Use, Collection, Food, TRL 7 - DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM, Micro - User, Product & Company, Cloud, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2C - Business to Consumer, Peri-urban, Rural, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased access to services/products, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased quality of life, New community space, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Increased value creation, Reduced economic pressure, Environmental awareness, Increased biodiversity, Increased environmental stewardship, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Consumer interest and awareness, Lack of awareness, Lack of community connection, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited understanding on impacts, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Social status linked to consumption, Assess progress using reliable indicators for imports and local production while accounting for the life cycles of products, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, More inclusive and connected communities, New alliances and collaborations, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, Stronger personal connections, Valuing the services, not only the products - provided by nature, CE Business Model, Proprietary, seeds, food, Agriculture, Community, Food & Drink, Sharing
Laura and Erik Vidje build their private dreamhouse of straw and clay. A round house on a ground of recycled glass - as circular and healthy as possible..
Active, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 13 – Climate Action, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, SDG 4 – Quality Education, SDG 5 – Gender Equality, SDG 6 – Clean Water & Sanitation, SDG 7 – Affordable & Clean Energy, Circular design education, Safe & Clean Materials, Sustainability in materials engineering education, Sustainable Material Production, Circular Product Awareness, Production, Promoting Reuse, Repair skills & DIY Maintenance Guidelines, Shared Use, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Private Sector, Local, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Rural, Construction & Buildings, Svenska, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased contacts among people, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased quality of life, Reduced gender inequalities, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased biodiversity, Increased environmental stewardship, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Preparation of future professional practices and understanding, Reduced gender inequality, Educational & Behavioural Shift Resource
local value creation from coffee grounds
SRL 9 - integrated into society
Active, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, Local production, Collection, Reuse of materials, Waste Prevention, Food, Plastics, TRL 7 - DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM, Micro - User, Product & Company, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, Urban, Food, water and nutrients, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Increased employment, Increased local resilience, New community space, Increased value creation, Job creation, New markets, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Reduced waste, SRL 9 - integrated into society, Change of mindset, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, Demand for low prices, Lack of awareness, Lack of community connection, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited funding, Limited understanding on impacts, Operating in a linear system, Too few large scale projects, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Change in the choices made by consumers, Competitive advantage for early adopters, Green & Circular Procurement, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, More inclusive and connected communities, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, Stronger personal connections, Supporting an inclusive workforce, CEBM (condensed), coffee grounds, used packaging, kits for growing mushrooms, mushrooms, Agriculture, Community, Food & Drink, Social Enterprise
multi-stakeholder network for B2B & B2C sharing
SRL 7 - refinement of project and/or solution and, if needed, retesting in relevant environment with relevant stakeholders
limited timeframe pilot/project, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Durable products, Longer Use, Maintenance Services, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Reduced VAT on repair, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Shared Use, Shared Use, Consumption/Stock, TRL 9 - FULL COMMERCIAL APPLICATION, Micro - User, Product & Company, Cloud, Citizen, Private Sector, Public Sector, Third Sector, Local, B2B - Business to Business, B2C - Business to Consumer, B2G - Business to Government, G2B - Government to Business, G2C - Government to Consumer, Peri-urban, Electronics and ICT, Packaging, Plastics, Textiles, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased quality of life, Alternative revenue streams, Increased competitiveness, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Increased value creation, Job creation, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Stimulating innovation, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 7 - refinement of project and/or solution and, if needed, retesting in relevant environment with relevant stakeholders, Change of mindset, Company/community culture, Complementary skills/services required, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of community connection, Lack of leadership, Lack of sense of urgency, Limited reverse logistics capacity, Limited understanding on impacts, MARKET, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Operating in a linear system, Regional service economy infrastructure, Resistance by key stakeholders seeking the status quo, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, TECHNOLOGICAL, Too few large scale projects, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Better consideration of the labour force, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, Competitive advantage for early adopters, CULTURAL, Digital infrastructure, Digital technologies and engineering to support business models, Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Foster the development of new technologies with the support of public authorities, Functional service economy, Green & Circular Procurement, Implementing gender and ethnic diversity in technology, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Integration of the CE concept into training and educational programs, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, More inclusive and connected communities, Need for a long-term vision by businesses, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Stronger personal connections, Supporting an inclusive workforce, TECHNOLOGICAL, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, Educational & Behavioural Shift Resource, Community, Electronics, Procurement, Product-as-a-Service, Repair, Sharing, Social Enterprise
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The Nordics first Smart Library of Things
SRL 8 - proposed solution(s) as well as a plan for societal implementation
Active, SDG 1 – No Poverty, SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities & Communities, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption & Production, SDG 17 – Partnerships for the Goals, SDG 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, SDG 5 – Gender Equality, SDG 8 – Decent Work & Economic Prosperity*, SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Durable products, Maintenance Services, Mind-shift from owning to sharing, Promoting longer use, Renting & leasing services/sharing platforms, Repair Services, Repair skills & DIY Maintenance Guidelines, Shared Use, Waste Prevention, Waste prevention campaigns, Electronics, Consumption/Stock, TRL 7 - DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM, Micro - User, Product & Company, Cloud, Citizen, Third Sector, Local, B2C - Business to Consumer, B2G - Business to Government, Peri-urban, Rural, Electronics and ICT, Norsk, Developing Social Capital in partnership with others (ie families, communities, businesses, trade unions, educational, voluntary organisations), Improved wellbeing, Increased access to services/products, Increased contacts among people, Increased emergency preparedness, Increased employment, Increased Human Capital - people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation, Increased inclusion, Increased local pride, Increased local resilience, Increased physical activity, Increased quality of life, Less hierarchical organisations, New community space, Reduced gender inequalities, Reduced social pressure, Increased Manufactured Capital - material goods or fixed assets which contribute to the production process rather than being the output itself, Increased value creation, Job creation, Reduced economic pressure, Reduced spending, Environmental awareness, Increased resource utilisation, Preserving Natural Capital - stocks & flows of energy and material, Reduced emissions, Reduced waste, SRL 8 - proposed solution(s) as well as a plan for societal implementation, Change of mindset, Circularity is not efficiently integrated into innovation policies, Company/community culture, Consumer interest and awareness, Consumption habits, CULTURAL, Lack of awareness, Lack of civic engagement, Lack of community connection, Lack of sense of urgency, Lack of trust, Limited understanding on impacts, Negative gender norms, status and values, Negative socio-economic status associated with sharing & buying second-hand, Regional service economy infrastructure, REGULATORY, Resistance by key stakeholders seeking the status quo, SOCIAL, Social status linked to consumption, TECHNOLOGICAL, Too few large scale projects, Willingness to collaborate in the value chain, A creative and skilled problem-solving resource, Change in the choices made by consumers, Civic engagement and voluntary activities, CULTURAL, Functional service economy, Green & Circular Procurement, Increased status related to second-hand and circular products, Investment in education and employment services to prepare the market for the next economy, Knowledge of impact, MARKET, More inclusive and connected communities, New alliances and collaborations, No or low VAT on circular products and services, Promote public-private partnerships to better counter and lift political barriers, Provide access to funding to encourage experimentation, innovation and redesign, REGULATORY, Shared norms, values, attitudes, and beliefs, SOCIAL, Stronger personal connections, Use of circular performance indicators by governments, investors and businesses can encourage the value chain to become more circular, CE Business Model, Proprietary, used tools, Saving fossil resources, Community, Product-as-a-Service, Repair, Sharing, Social Enterprise
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