Environmental & Climate Economics
Environmental economics is the study of the cost-effective allocation, use, and protection of the world's natural resources. Climate Economics is concerned with the magnitude and distribution of damage caused by climate change. It also informs the policies and approaches for mitigation and adaptation to climate change from global to household scales.
Accelerating the transition towards sustainable heating and cooling based on collective surface water heat pump systems
WaterWarmth is an Interreg North Sea project focusing on the research and promotion of a specific alternative energy source: aquathermal energy (AE). The aim is to enable local energy cooperatives to produce and supply their own heating and cooling systems, thus becoming independent of fossil fuels. Half of the energy…
New Business Models of Circular Economy for the Activation of the European Rural Areas
The project aims to promote the transfer of innovative knowledge on Circular Economy and the development of new business models based on it, which respond to the expectations of national and European labour markets, and which provide new opportunities for activation in the face of current challenges, promoting more modern…
Circular North Sea Region
The project developed holistic governance approaches to promote the circular economy in the North Sea region. The goal of Circ-NSR was to promote the implementation of circular economy principles through the following initiatives: Developing and embedding circular economy strategies in local policy and business. Establishing regional and interregional circular economy…