Integrating the Circular Economy into the European Semester
Ecologic Institute (2018): Integrating the Circular Economy into the European Semester. Infographic
This infographic focuses on how the circular economy can be integrated into the European Semester. It illustrates the European Commission's role within the process and identifies obstacles to integration, along with possible suggestions to address these obstacles. Additionally, it provides a checklist for successful integration.
The infographic is licensed under a Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, i. e. it can be used without any changes if the author is mentioned. The infographic is part of a series of three infographics about the circular-economy in transition in Europe, developed by Ecologic Institute.
Concept: Aaron Best and Laurentius Duin (Ecologic Institute)
Graphic design: Arif Jensen (Ecologic Institute)
European Commission, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME), International
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circular economy, European Semester, EU, European CommissionEuropedesign, layout, infographic, checklist, timeline
Ecologic Institute (2018): Step-by-step Methodology for Case Studies on the Circular Economy. Infographic
Ecologic Institute (2018): Methods for Measuring Impacts of Circular-economy Transitions. Infographic
Ecologic Institute 2016: CIRCULAR IMPACTS Online Library. URL: https://circular-impacts.eu/library
BioSTEP consortium (2017): Creating Networks for the Transition to a Bio-based and Circular Economy. BioSTEP Policy Paper.
Rizos, Vasileios et. al. 2017: The Circular Economy. A Review of Definitions, Processes and Impacts.
Svatikova, K., I. Artola, S. Slingerland and S. Fischer (2015). Selling Solar Services as a Contribution to a Circular Economy. RECREATE Project Policy Brief No. 1.
Conference:Impacts of the Circular Economy Transition in Europe – CIRCULAR IMPACTS Final Conference
- Brussels, Belgium