R2PI Project Workshop – Hosted by the University of Malta
A workshop of the R2π project was hosted by the Economics Department of the University of Malta this week. Members of the international consortium consisting of 15 partners from 9 Member states and associated countries (The UK, Germany, The Netherlands, France, Spain, Malta, Poland, Belgium and Israel) were present.
The workshop focused on deriving a Circular Economy ontology, understanding the state of play on European Policy and key conditions necessary for the uptake of Circularity as well as laying out the next steps of the project.
The aim of the R2π project is to accelerate the transition to circular economy, highlighting business models for circular economy and proposing policy that will support such business models. A substantial number of case studies covering different sectors and countries.
We invite you to take a look at the workshop as presented at the University of Malta website: