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DocTitle of the documentDate WPResponsibleShort Description
D1.4The report ‘Labour in the Transition to the CE01/08/2022WP1CESA critical literature review on just transition and circular economy. The aim of this report is to explore the place of labour and workers in the academic and grey literature on the circular economy.
D3.1Training material and reports of the workshops28/02/2022WP3SEERCThis deliverable includes the RRI training material and the reports of the activities conducted in task 3.1. Task 3.1 is committed to embed RRI principles into all aspects of the project.
D7.2Data Management Plan 1st version24/02/222WP7UABThis Data Management Plan (DMP) defines the data management policies that are followed during the execution of JUST2CE project and provides an overview of all the datasets that are collected and generated.
PaperCircular Economy indicators for supply chains: A systematic literature review01/02/2022Recently, the Circular Economy paradigm has emerged as an alternative to linear and unsustainable production and consumption systems.
D2.1Multidimensional Framework for the Case Studies30/11/2021WP2UABCircular Economy (CE), a pillar of the European Green Deal, is an increasingly recognized approach that has much to contribute towards addressing challenges of the Anthropocene.
PaperClosed-loop supply chain design for the transition towards a circular economy: A systematic literature review of methods, applications and current gaps10/11/2021Over the last decade, significant attention has been devoted to Closed-Loop Supply Chain (CLSC) design problems. As such, this review aims at assessing whether the current modelling approaches for CLSC problems can support the transition towards a Circular Economy at a supply chain level.
PaperIntegration of the circular economy paradigm under the just and safe operating space narrative: Twelve operational principles based on circularity, sustainability and resilience01/11/2021The goal of this research is to theoretically integrate the CE paradigm within the environmental sustainability framework.
PaperPoliticising Circular Economy: what can we learn from Responsible Innovation?24/01/2021The ‘Circular Economy’ has become a new buzzword in debates about sustainability. Circularity, however, is usually presented in terms of scientific and technological challenges that often neglect the socio-political aspects related to the transition towards more sustainable futures, such as participation, co-creation and social justice.

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Circular Economy indicators for supply chains: A systematic literature review

Date - 1/2/2022

Paper

Recently, the Circular Economy paradigm has emerged as an alternative to linear and unsustainable production and consumption systems.

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Multidimensional Framework for the Case Studies

Date - 30/11/2021

WP2 |  UAB

Circular Economy (CE), a pillar of the European Green Deal, is an increasingly recognized approach that has much to contribute towards addressing challenges of the Anthropocene.

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Closed-loop supply chain design for the transition towards a circular economy: A systematic literature review of methods, applications and current gaps

Date - 10/11/2021

Paper

Over the last decade, significant attention has been devoted to Closed-Loop Supply Chain (CLSC) design problems. As such, this review aims at assessing whether the current modelling approaches for CLSC problems can support the transition towards a Circular Economy at a supply chain level.

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Integration of the circular economy paradigm under the just and safe operating space narrative: Twelve operational principles based on circularity, sustainability and resilience

Date - 1/11/2021

Paper

The goal of this research is to theoretically integrate the CE paradigm within the environmental sustainability framework.

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Politicising Circular Economy: what can we learn from Responsible Innovation?

Date - 24/1/2021

Paper

The ‘Circular Economy’ has become a new buzzword in debates about sustainability. Circularity, however, is usually presented in terms of scientific and technological challenges that often neglect the socio-political aspects related to the transition towards more sustainable futures, such as participation, co-creation and social justice.

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Training material and reports of the workshops

Date - 28/02/2022

This deliverable includes the RRI training material and the reports of the activities conducted in task 3.1. Task
3.1 is committed to embed RRI principles into all aspects of the project.

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