A new KTH-dESA publication presents a framework to monitor and implement circular economy in cities

Published Jul 12, 2019

26 March, 2019

Circular economy (CE) is an emerging concept that contrasts the linear economic system. This concept is particularly relevant for cities, currently hosting approximately 50% of the world’s population. Research gaps in the analysis and implementation of circular economy in cities are a significant barrier to its implementation. The new open access publication in the journal Sustainability , by former dESA MSc student António Cavaleiro de Ferreira  and dESA assistant professor Francesco Fuso-Nerini , presents a multi-sectorial and macro-meso level framework to monitor (and set goals for) circular economy implementation in cities – and presents a case study for Porto in Portugal.