Resilient Cities

Research activities: Strengthening the circular bioeconomy

Resilient Cities works with public and private sector partners to identify, adapt and promote technologies and business models that support the reduction, recovery and safe reuse of urban food waste and other urban organic waste and wastewater. Our main entry points include: (i) technologies and public/private partnership business models for turning waste into safe organic fertilizers and animal feed, (ii) incentive systems for increasing food safety in crop farming and livestock keeping and along value chains in and around cities, and (iii) evidence to enable circular urban and regional planning and policy development.


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