The European Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP), founded in 1994, supports the development of a European (but also worldwide) community of research and practice in sustainable consumption and production. The main goal of the ERSCP is to encourage discussion amongst stakeholders such as businesses, public institutions, universities, institutes and research centres, NGOs, SMEs, professional associations, decision-makers, etc. involved in such areas.
In 2019, the ERSCP was hosted by the polytechnic University of Barcelona and was dedicated to the topic ‘Circular Europe for Sustainability’. This year’s award was given to CDLab researcher Lukas Stumpf for the best research submitted and presented at the ERSCP by PhD students. He contributed to the conference with an analysis of 131 circular economy business cases from a scientific and policy perspective.
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