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A sustainable circular economy requires a rethink on the part of companies and policymakersA sustainable circular economy requires a rethink on the part of companies and policymakershttp://www.nfp73.ch/en/News/Pages/220414-news-nfp73-is-a-circular-economy-sustainable.aspxInterested in the NRP 73 findings on a sustainable circular economy? You can learn more about this in Die Volkswirtschaft as well as in the interview on SRF2. 4/13/2022 10:00:00 PMIs a circular economy sustainable?
An advanced fee incentivises the recycling of building materialsAn advanced fee incentivises the recycling of building materialshttp://www.nfp73.ch/en/News/Pages/220414-news-nfp73-the-building-materials-cycle-is-not-yet-closed.aspxInterested in circular economy in the building sector? Read more about it in the article in Die Volkswirtschaft. 4/13/2022 10:00:00 PMThe building materials cycle is not yet closed
Towards a sustainable food systemTowards a sustainable food systemhttp://www.nfp73.ch/en/News/Pages/220120-news-nfp73-towards-a-sustainable-food-system.aspxThe thematic synthesis “Towards a Sustainable Food System” defines core elements of a transition pathway.1/19/2022 11:00:00 PMTowards a sustainable food system

The National Research Programme "Sustainable Economy: resource-friendly, future-oriented, innovative" (NRP 73) aims to generate scientific knowledge about a sustainable economy that uses natural resources sparingly, creates welfare and increases the competitiveness of the Swiss economy.

NRP 73 will take account of the environment, the economy and society as well as all natural resources and stages of the value chain.

The programme has a total budget of CHF 20 million for 5 years of research.

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