• Hamburg conference REPAiR

    The REPAiR Hamburg team is organizing a conference as part of the REPAiR 5th Consortium Meeting on 10th of October 2018. The conference entitled “Resource management and circular economy in city regions – Contributions to climate mitigation and sustainable spatial development” will highlight the topic of resource management and circular economy by presenting research projects, urban and […]

  • Urbanpromo GREEN REPAiR

    REPAiR researchers Libera Amenta and Michelangelo Russo from Italian University of Naples Federico II has presented a paper in a session about resilience at the Urbanpromo GREEN conference, held in Venice, Italy on September 20 and 21 2018. Urbanpromo Green renews the exploration of the innovations produced by sustainability policies in urban and territorial planning, in urban and architectural design, in […]

  • traveling Trash Tour REPAiR

    Traveling trash tour – cycling Europe against plastic Waste visits TU Delft Wednesday September 19 -17:00 TU Delft Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Room B   How to close the loop: steps towards a system-wide transition to the Circular Economy Biomimicry, cradle to cradle and thinking in loops – are you ready to […]

  • Fig. 3 - A hypothetical example for plastic household waste

    We are proud to announce the newest scientific article by REPAiR team members Sue Ellen Taelman, Davide Tonini, Alexander Wandl and Jo Dewulf. The article “A Holistic Sustainability Framework for Waste Management in European Cities: Concept Development” proposes a conceptual and comprehensive sustainability framework to support decision-making in the waste management of European cities. The framework comprises […]

  • REPAiR 2nd Conference on LCA of waste 3

    The REPAiR researcher Sue Ellen Taelman from Gent University have presented at the 2nd Conference on Life Cycle Assessment of waste – Integrated Residual Resource Management and Assessment a paper titled “Sustainability analysis: local to global impacts in the urban waste management sector”. The use of life cycle thinking (LCT) and assessment (LCA) in waste and resource […]

  • 20180605 Ghent PULL 2 1

    The second PULL workshop in Ghent focused on objectives and priorities for bio-waste management in the focus area Ghent-Destelbergen. Based on the challenges identified during the previous meeting, the participants discussed the objectives and their priorities. The following top-6 objectives were identified: Retail, catering and households are committed to preventing and reducing food waste or […]

  • The IGSO PAS and Pheno Horizon REPAiR teams organized the second Peri-Urban Living Lab (PULL) workshop in Łódź on 14th May 2018. The participants representing local and regional authorities, waste management companies, associations, universities, spatial planning offices and various companies gathered to discuss and indicate problems of waste management regarding Łódź Metropolitan Area. The main […]

  • PULL Ghent

    The objective of the first PULL-meeting was to explain the REPAiR-project and its potential as a tool for the city of Ghent and its neighboring municipalities to plan and experience eco-innovative solutions to (better) valorize (their) bio-waste flows. This occasion consisted in the first opportunity for stakeholders from different disciplines to get acquainted and to […]

  • Recycling opportunities around the High Speed train area, including shopping centers, urbanized countryside and former landfills March 28, 2018, from 15 to 18.30 Library of Afragola, Via Firenze 33 The PULL workshop of the 28th of March is the second appointment of a series of seminars promoted by the Department of Architecture of the University […]

  • news 20180326 TUD C.Kennedy

    We proudly invite you to join the lecture by prof. Christopher Kennedy from University of Vistoria at TU Delft Science Center – March 27th 2018, 15.45 – 17.00. Understanding the drivers of energy and material flows of cities is important for addressing global environmental challenges. Accessing, sharing, and managing energy and material resources is particularly […]

  • Second Amsterdam PULL workshop 2

    The second Amsterdam Peri-Urban Living Lab (PULL) workshop was organised on February 19, 2018. Working with predefined challenges for the circular economy in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (AMA), the aim of the workshop was to jointly develop a set of first initial eco-innovative solutions. The workshop attracted a large, broad group of participants, including representatives […]

  • UNINA seminars

    A series of seminars, part of the European research project REPAiR, and following the previous meetings on the topics of organic and construction and demolition waste, are promoted by the Department of Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II, together with the Campania Region Authority. The objectives of these workshops are to start a […]

  • he Circularity Gap Report

    As the World Economic Forum is fast approaching, we are getting ready to launch our landmark The Circularity Gap Report (link for download: http://shiftingparadigms.nl/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/the-circularity-gap-report-2018.pdf) during a breakfast session organised by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. We are reaching out to you to ask for your help in launching this vital report aimed at […]

  • RSA Conference

    The 2018 RSA Annual Conference aims to address processes of global reversal and regional revival, in a world dominated by flows of capital, labor, and knowledge. Further it seeks to understand the political, economic and social factors that initiate change and how these changes are finding new expressions as the world’s political and economic system […]

  • Unina

    The event is conceived within the activities of Knowledge Transfer/ Education carried out by DiARC, with the aim of orienting students’ interests on the terms of eco-innovation and Wastescapes. Moreover, the workshop stresses the concept of eco-innovation as a design requirement for new, multi-functional green infrastructure aimed at redeveloping peri-urban areas in the Metropolitan Area […]

  • The Hungarian Academy of Sciences organizes a celebration series in every November in order to remember its foundation by Count István Széchenyi on 3 November 1825 and to give the floor to present the most important and interesting research results. Under the umbrella of the celebration, on 28 November 2017, the Institute for Regional Studies […]

  • 3rd consortium meeting

    During the six days of events organized by REPAiR consortium partner Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization (IGiPZ) in middle of October 2017, REPAiR community had the opportunity to meet, comment, discuss and present its work. Executive Board meeting took place on Sunday afternoon, 15th of October, where important organizational issues of the project were […]

  • The-1st-Amsterdam-PULL-workshop

    This workshop focused on sharpening the main challenges for circular economy development in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (AMA). Next to the TU Delft REPAiR team and Dutch project partners, stakeholders from the AMA also took part, together with REPAiR team members from Belgium and Hungary. Before the workshop, challenge trees were developed using input from […]

  • 2nd REPAiR Consortium Meeting, Naples, 07/08/09 June 2017 The Second Consortium meeting of REPAiR took place in Naples in Campania Region, one of the pilot cases of REPAiR. The aim of the meeting was three-fold: To share and discuss the methodological developments concerning spatial and material flow analyses, LCA (Life Cicle Assessment) based sustainability assessment […]

  • REPAiR on AESOP’s 2017 Congress in Lisbon Two REPAiR fellow researchers Libera Amenta and Hilde Remøy presented at the conference AESOP (http://aesop2017.pt) a paper titled „Living Labs as Tools to Support the Policy Makers in Their Decision Making on Sustainable Urban and Territorial Developments“. Full abstract can be downloaded here.

  • REPAiR presented in Bangkok On July 31st 2017 REPAiR researcher Dr. Gustavo Arciniegas, Advisor on GIS and Collaborative Planning – Geo-Col, The Netherlands, gave a seminar entitled “Resource Management in Peri-Urban areas: Going beyond urban metabolism” at the Thammasat University, Faculty of Economics in Bangkok, Thailand. For the abstract of this seminar, please see the file attached.

  • REPAiR-course-Geo-design

    Final presentations REPAiR course Geo-design for a Circular Economy, Delft On the 28th of June the final results of the REPAiR master course ‘Geo-Design for Circular Economy’ were presented at the Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft. In this course, students with a background in Industrial Ecology, Urbanism and Architecture teamed up to develop eco-innovative solutions […]

  • Ghent conference

    Upcoming conference organized by partners from Ghent: The 6th International Symposium on Life-Cycle Civil Engineering 2018. The 6th International Symposium on Life-Cycle Civil Engineering 2018 will be held at the International Convention Center Ghent (ICC Ghent) from October 28 to 31, 2018. The symposium is organized on behalf of the International Association for Life-Cycle Civil Engineering […]

  • Students Workshop

    On May 17, 40 students from two ‘REPAiR Universities’ – Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (UNINA) and Delft University of Technology (TUD) met at the Faculty of Architecture and the built Environment at TU Delft to present and discuss their preliminary results for spatial strategies and eco-innovative solutions for a more circular and […]

  • Meeting in Naples

    The first Peri-Urban Living Lab meeting has been organised in Naples, Italy. The meeting was held by Campania Regional Authority and DIARC-UNINA project teams on April 10th, 2017 at Campania Regional Authority headquarter conference room. The event has offered the opportunity to present the context, challenges and main objectives of Horizon 2020 Programme and REPAiR […]

  • The principal topic of this year’s conference concerns flows of capital, information, technology, notions, sounds and symbols. The Warsaw Regional Forum is organized on a regular basis once every two years by the Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization Polish Academy of Sciences, together with the Ministry of Development Republic of Poland, Committee of Geographical […]

  • Sardinia Symposium 01

    Two our researchers will present REPAiR at the largest event of the year in the field of Waste Management and Landfilling. Following the incredible success of Sardinia 2015 / Arts Edition, which saw the participation of 732 delegates from more than 70 different countries, the organizers announced the 30th Anniversary of Sardinia Symposia, the reference […]

  • TUD-seminar

    Next week the 1st TU Delft REPAiR seminar will take place! The theme is ‘Circularity and the Built Environment: from Policy to Practice’. Lectures by: Ellen van Bueren (TU Delft / Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions – AMS Institute) Eveline Jonkhoff (Gemeente Amsterdam) Dario Domante (KCity – Rigenerazione Urbana) Jan Jongert (Superuse-Studios) Nicola Delon […]

  • PULL Lodz Meeting

    The first Peri-Urban Living Labs meeting has been organized in Łódź, Poland. The meeting was organized in Łódź Agency of Regional Development on February 1st, 2017. There were participating 20 representatives from local self-government institutions, waste management agencies, city council, environment protection institutions and the University of Łódź. During the meeting the main aims of […]

  • Ghent Workshop

    In order to discuss WP3 and WP4 issues, REPAiR team from the Ghent University has organized a workshop in Ghent, Belgium on January 30th, 2017. During the fruitful kick-off meeting of REPAiR in Amsterdam and Delft the 3rd and 4th of November 2016, we were able to identify some primary challenges (e.g. related to methodological […]

  • REPAiR kick-off meeting with project partners and external stakeholders from the User Board (UB) members. Crucial substantive and organizational aspects of REPAiR were considered. It was a fruitful meeting with a lot of intensive and constructive discussions. On Thursday, November 3 Consortium members discussed on ‘Developing a Common Approach for REPAiR.’ Key flows, impact categories […]