Hubs4Circularity are socio-technical ecosystems for full scale industrial symbiosis, industrial-urban symbiosis and circular economy closing energy, resource and data loops at regional scale. They are an important building block for achieving the climate neutrality targets by 2050.
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The Hubs4Circularity (H4C) Community of Practice, a recent initiative set up under Horizon Europe, is launching a new Knowledge Platform. Addressed at experts, practitioners and stakeholders from industries and cities from all over Europe, the Knowledge Platform will be the virtual forum for the community. “Hubs4Circularity will be key in steering the research and innovation…
The Hubs4Circularity (H4C) Community of Practice, a network of public and private stakeholders from industries, regions, and cities, is being set up under Horizon Europe to facilitate building and scaling up and replicating ecosystems of industrial and industrial-urban symbiosis, and circular economy. A digital knowledge platform will be launched curating knowledge, tools, models, and solutions,…
H4C Europe is funded under grant agreement N°
H4C ECoP is funded under grant agreement N° 101058656.
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