International Industrial Ecology Day 2022

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13:00 - 14:30 (CET) - Circular Economy modelling and indicators at the macro scale: current status and research needs (12:00 UTC)

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Meeting-ID: 645 7045 6583;  Pswd: qp0QjDf3q

Hosted by: Stefan Pauliuk and Dominik Wiedenhofer

Abstract: In this session, several leading researchers working on macro-level circular economy (CE) modelling and monitoring will give short inputs on their current thinking and their important next steps. Ample time is dedicated for discussion and exchanges on important research frontiers and potential synergies for collaboration.

Presentations (GMT times), Presenter and Topic

12:00 -12:05 pm GMT: Introduction by Stefan Pauliuk
12:05 -12:20 pm GMT: A stock-flow-service nexus vision of the low carbon economy, by Jon Cullen and Gabriel Carmona Aparicio
12:20-12:30 pm GMT: Stylistic models for the CE the macro-economic perspective, by Darius Corbier and Laurent Drouet
12:40-01:00 pm GMT: CE indicators at the macro-scale, by Dominik Wiedenhofer and Willi Haas
01:00-01:30 pm GMT: Q&A, Discussion
+ which models for which macro-scale aspects of the CE?
+ which other approaches need to be considered?
+ which indicators are most relevant at the macro-scale?

Speaker info

Jonathan Cullen, Professor of Sustainable Engineering, Department of Engineering, University of Cambrige, UK.
Gabriel Carmona Aparicio, Marie Curie Fellow, Department of Engineering, University of Cambrige, UK.
Darius Corbier, Postdoctoral Researcher at the European Institute on Economics and the Environment.
Laurent Drouet, Research Scientist at the European Institute on Economics and the Environment.
Stefan Pauliuk, professor for industrial ecology, Uni Freiburg, Germany.
Dominik Wiedenhofer, Research Scholar, Institute of Social Ecology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria. 
Willy Haas, Research Scholar, Institute of Social Ecology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria.