Industrial Transformation 2050 - Pathways to Net-Zero Emissions from EU Heavy Industry

This report characterises how net zero emissions can be achieved by 2050 from the largest sources of ‘hard to abate’ emissions: steel, plastics, ammonia, and cement. It is published as part of the Net-Zero 2050 series, an initiative of the European Climate Foundation.

The Circular Economy and COVID-19 Recovery

The COVID-19 pandemic has been catastrophic, with tens of millions of cases and more than a million deaths, and severe...
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Circular Nordics - How the circular economy can reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the Nordic Region

This report explores whether circular approaches have the potential to further accelerate GHG emission reductions in t...
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A net-zero transition for EU industry - What does it mean for the pulp & paper industry?

The pulp and paper (P&P) industry will be profoundly affected by the broader industrial transformation to net zero emi...
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Completing the Picture - How the Circular Economy Tackles Climate Change

A step-change is needed to put the world on track to achieve zero emissions by 2050 to meet the 1.5˚C target set out i...
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Article on Sustainable Packaging - The Role of Materials Substitution

This article summarises a study looking at the role of materials substitution in reducing lifecycle emissions from ...
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The Circular Economy - a Powerful Force for Climate Mitigation

This report investigates how a more circular economy can contribute to cutting CO2 emissions. It explores a broad range ...
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Ett värdebeständigt svenskt materialsystem

Om 100 kr råmaterial går in i den svenska ekonomin, hur många kronor återstår efter en användningscykel? Materi...
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Framing stranded asset risks in an age of disruption

This study investigates which assets could become economically stranded as a result of the transition to a more sustaina...
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A Good Disruption

Published in October 2016, A Good Disruption – Reinventing Growth in the Twenty-First Century explains how the massive...
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