Publications

  • Resultaten inventarisatie circulaire economie in onderwijs/bedrijfsleven Noord-Nederland

    Krachten bundelen voor circulaire economie in Noord-Nederland Onderwijs en bedrijfsleven hebben elkaar meer dan ooit nodig! Het onderwijs in Noord-Nederland is nog niet klaar voor de overgang naar een circulaire samenleving. In een circulaire samenleving draait alles om duurzame energie en is er geen afval meer: alles is opnieuw een grondstof voor dezelfde of een andere toepassing. Een mooie en wellicht noodzakelijke ambitie, als je kijkt naar nationale en internationale duurzaamheidsdoelstellingen. Onderwijs speelt hierbij een cruciale rol. Daar worden nu de mensen opgeleid die straks in een circulaire economie gaan werken. Uit het rapport "Parels zonder ketting" (pdf)2.03 MB blijkt dat Read More
  • International collaboration on R&D for climate change mitigation

    Global Research and Development Cooperation in Climate Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges On Thursday 18 May 2017, JIN Climate and Sustainability co-organised the CARISMA side-event on Global Research and Development Cooperation in Climate Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges at the UNFCCC Bonn Climate Change Conference. The side-event explored the implications of global research and development (R&D) cooperation, including with emerging economies, on development and transfer of mitigation technologies. The event was moderated by Heleen de Coninck of Radboud University. On the picture (credit: IISD ENBOTS) from left to right: Ulrich Elmer Hansen (UNEP DTU Partnership), Heleen de Coninck and Sören Lindner (Radboud Read More
  • Forestry carbon credit projects for climate change mitigation

    The contribution of forest carbon credit projects to addressing the climate change challenge Open-access journal article in 'Climate Policy', December 2016 To cite this article: Wytze van der Gaast, Richard Sikkema & Moriz Vohrer (2016): The contribution of forest carbon credit projects to addressing the climate change challenge, Climate Policy, DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2016.1242056, To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2016.1242056 Abstract This article addresses the question of how forestry projects, given the recently improved standards for the accounting of carbon sequestration, can benefit from existing and emerging carbon markets in the world. For a long time, forestry projects have been set up for the purpose of generating carbon credits. They Read More
  • JIQ Special: Biogas development in Indonesia

    JIQ Special: Biogas development in Indonesia TRANSrisk project, 30 November 2016 The JIQ Magazine issue of December 2016 will include an overview of case studies on low emission transition pathways as covered by the TRANSrisk project. This JIQ Special elaborates on the case study that explores Indonesian transition pathways in biogas utilisation: JIQ_Special_Nov2016_TRANSrisk_biogas_pathways_Indonesia.pdf519.5 KB This article focuses on mapping the costs and benefits of biogas technology implementation on a household scale in Indonesia, and this is compared with the current dominant form of cooking fuel, i.e. fuel wood. Both options focus on household-level application. Are you a stakeholder involved or Read More
  • Implementation of Circular Economy Business Models by SMEs: Barriers and Enablers

    Implementation of Circular Economy Business Models by SMEs: Barriers and Enablers Open-access journal article in 'Sustainability', November 2016 An article by the GreenEcoNet project team, including JIN's Wytze van der Gaast and Erwin Hofman, has been published in the Sustainability journal, vol. 8, no. 11. The article, entitled "Implementation of Circular Economy Business Models by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs): Barriers and Enablers" is available as open-access publication via the website of the journal, and can be downloaded as PDF: sustainability-08-01212.pdf1.6 MB Citation: Rizos, V.; Behrens, A.; van der Gaast, W.; Hofman, E.; Ioannou, A.; Kafyeke, T.; Flamos, A.; Rinaldi, R.; Read More
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