Realising the Transition to the Circular Economy ReTraCE is a research project funded by Horizon 2020 EU’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks and will support the implementation of the European Commission’s Circular Economy strategy.

As stated by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) , the CE paradigm can play a pivotal role in order to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. The project brings together world-leading experts from a wide set of beneficiaries and partners to achieve breakthroughs in understanding how the transition towards a Circular Economy can be realised – both within existing organisations and industries as well as through innovative and sustainable business models.

Our Team of 15 Early Stage Researchers

An Interdisciplinary Approach

Regional Development
Political Economy & Ecology
Supply Chain Management
Life Cycle Assessment
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CfP – Industry 3.5 and Sustainability

CfP – Industry 3.5 and Sustainability

“Resources, Conservation & Recycling” Call for Papers: “Industry 3.5 for Sustainable Transition and Total Resource Management” Leading...

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CfP – Remanufacturing Opportunities

CfP – Remanufacturing Opportunities

“Resources, Conservation & Recycling” Call for Papers_”Remanufacturing Opportunities and Challenges for a Sustainable Consumption”...

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The Implementation of CE in  MNEs: a Review

The Implementation of CE in MNEs: a Review

Tommaso Calzolari, ESR at Sheffield University Management School, presented an abstract at the workshop “Innovation and sustainable growth: is the circular...

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