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A survey of Circular Economy initiatives in Portuguese central public sector organisations: National outlook for implementation (2022)
Journal Article
Klein, N., Deutz, P., & Ramos, T. B. (2022). A survey of Circular Economy initiatives in Portuguese central public sector organisations: National outlook for implementation. Journal of environmental management, 314, Article 114982. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2022.114982

The Circular Economy (CE) is generally understood as an opportunity to transform the current unsustainable linear economic system by redesigning the way organisations provide goods and services rethinking how society consumes and uses those resources... Read More about A survey of Circular Economy initiatives in Portuguese central public sector organisations: National outlook for implementation.

Exploring assessment practices of companies actively engaged with circular economy (2022)
Journal Article
Roos Lindgreen, E., Opferkuch, K., Walker, A. M., Salomone, R., Reyes, T., Raggi, A., …Caeiro, S. (in press). Exploring assessment practices of companies actively engaged with circular economy. Business strategy and the environment : BSE, https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2962

An emerging research area is dedicated to developing approaches for assessing the ‘circularity’ of companies and their products, within the context of sustainability goals. However, empirical evidence on the uptake of these assessment approaches rema... Read More about Exploring assessment practices of companies actively engaged with circular economy.

Negotiating Stakeholder Relationships in a Regional Circular Economy: Discourse Analysis of Multi-scalar Policies and Company Statements from the North of England (2022)
Journal Article
Newsholme, A., Deutz, P., Affolderbach, J., & Baumgartner, R. J. (2022). Negotiating Stakeholder Relationships in a Regional Circular Economy: Discourse Analysis of Multi-scalar Policies and Company Statements from the North of England. Circular Economy and Sustainability, https://doi.org/10.1007/s43615-021-00143-9

Circular economy (CE) literature discusses the need for cooperation between different stakeholders to promote a CE; there is also an assumption regarding the benefits of loop closing on a local or regional scale. However, the potentially conflicting... Read More about Negotiating Stakeholder Relationships in a Regional Circular Economy: Discourse Analysis of Multi-scalar Policies and Company Statements from the North of England.

Transition to a Sustainable Circular Plastics Economy in The Netherlands: Discourse and Policy Analysis (2021)
Journal Article
Calisto Friant, M., Lakerveld, D., Vermeulen, W. J. V., & Salomone, R. (2022). Transition to a Sustainable Circular Plastics Economy in The Netherlands: Discourse and Policy Analysis. Sustainability, 14(1), Article 190. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14010190

The circular economy (CE) has become a key sustainability discourse in the last decade. The Netherlands seeks to become fully circular by 2050 and the EU has set ambitious circularity targets in its CE Action Plan of 2015. The plastics sector, in par... Read More about Transition to a Sustainable Circular Plastics Economy in The Netherlands: Discourse and Policy Analysis.

How do incumbent firms innovate their business models for the circular economy? Identifying micro‐foundations of dynamic capabilities (2021)
Journal Article
Santa‐Maria, T., Vermeulen, W. J. V., & Baumgartner, R. J. (2021). How do incumbent firms innovate their business models for the circular economy? Identifying micro‐foundations of dynamic capabilities. Business strategy and the environment : BSE, https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2956

The circular economy is promoted as a contributor to sustainable development; however, the process of circular business model innovation remains under-explored to date, hindering its implementation. Dynamic capabilities research provides a theoretica... Read More about How do incumbent firms innovate their business models for the circular economy? Identifying micro‐foundations of dynamic capabilities.

Factors and strategies for circularity implementation in the public sector: An organisational change management approach for sustainability (2021)
Journal Article
Klein, N., Ramos, T. B., & Deutz, P. (2021). Factors and strategies for circularity implementation in the public sector: An organisational change management approach for sustainability. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, https://doi.org/10.1002/csr.2215

The circular economy (CE) is seen as a model of production and consumption where resource use is reduced and extended in closed-loop life cycles. Organisations have been fundamental in contributing towards CE for which limited outcomes are known from... Read More about Factors and strategies for circularity implementation in the public sector: An organisational change management approach for sustainability.

Exploring the effectiveness of grey literature indicators and life cycle assessment in assessing circular economy at the micro level: a comparative analysis (2021)
Journal Article
Roos Lindgreen, E., Mondello, G., Salomone, R., Lanuzza, F., & Saija, G. (2021). Exploring the effectiveness of grey literature indicators and life cycle assessment in assessing circular economy at the micro level: a comparative analysis. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 26(11), 2171-2191. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11367-021-01972-4

Purpose Methods and tools to measure Circular Economy (CE) are in an early stage of development, especially on the micro level, and only limited guidance is available to companies’ decision-making processes related to CE solutions. In this context,... Read More about Exploring the effectiveness of grey literature indicators and life cycle assessment in assessing circular economy at the micro level: a comparative analysis.

Towards territorial product-service systems: A framework linking resources, networks and value creation (2021)
Journal Article
Delgadillo, E., Reyes, T., & Baumgartner, R. J. (2021). Towards territorial product-service systems: A framework linking resources, networks and value creation. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 28, 1297-1313. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.spc.2021.08.003

While many models for sustainable product-service systems (PSS) integrate the multi-actor perspective, few provide insights on how the territory in which actors implement the system influences its sustainability. This paper explores the implementatio... Read More about Towards territorial product-service systems: A framework linking resources, networks and value creation.

Exploring sustainable product development processes for a circular economy through morphological analysis (2021)
Journal Article
Diaz Tena, A., Schoeggl, J., Reyes, T., & Baumgartner, R. J. (2021). Exploring sustainable product development processes for a circular economy through morphological analysis. Proceedings of the Design Society, 1, 1491-1500. https://doi.org/10.1017/pds.2021.410

Over the last years, academic literature has made significant progress on the development of key concepts, identifying circular product typologies, developing assessment methods, and exploring the synergies with manufacturing trends such as digitalis... Read More about Exploring sustainable product development processes for a circular economy through morphological analysis.

Climate‐change driven increased flood magnitudes and frequency in the British uplands: geomorphologically informed scientific underpinning for upland flood‐risk management (2021)
Journal Article
Milan, D. J., & Schwendel, A. C. (2021). Climate‐change driven increased flood magnitudes and frequency in the British uplands: geomorphologically informed scientific underpinning for upland flood‐risk management. Earth surface processes and landforms : the journal of the British Geomorphological Research Group, https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.5206

Upland river systems in the UK are predicted to be prone to the effects of increased flood magnitudes and frequency, driven by climate change. It is clear from recent events that some headwater catchments can be very sensitive to large floods, activa... Read More about Climate‐change driven increased flood magnitudes and frequency in the British uplands: geomorphologically informed scientific underpinning for upland flood‐risk management.

Circular economy in corporate sustainability reporting: A review of organisational approaches (2021)
Journal Article
Opferkuch, K., Caeiro, S., Salomone, R., & Ramos, T. B. (2021). Circular economy in corporate sustainability reporting: A review of organisational approaches. Business strategy and the environment : BSE, 30(8), 4015-4036. https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2854

A growing commitment from companies to implement circular economy (CE) strategies demands the development of guidelines for consistent related external communication. The fields of non-financial reporting and sustainability are well established with... Read More about Circular economy in corporate sustainability reporting: A review of organisational approaches.

Circularity as Alterity? Untangling Circuits of Value in the Social Enterprise–Led Local Development of the Circular Economy (2021)
Journal Article
Lekan, M., Jonas, A. E., & Deutz, P. (2021). Circularity as Alterity? Untangling Circuits of Value in the Social Enterprise–Led Local Development of the Circular Economy. Economic geography, 97(3), 257-283. https://doi.org/10.1080/00130095.2021.1931109

In recent years, the circular economy (CE) paradigm has emerged as a mainstream policy discourse having the potential to disrupt linear economic development pathways by extracting and retaining the maximum value from existing resources through their... Read More about Circularity as Alterity? Untangling Circuits of Value in the Social Enterprise–Led Local Development of the Circular Economy.

Future perspectives on the role of extended producer responsibility within a circular economy: A Delphi study using the case of the Netherlands (2021)
Journal Article
Campbell‐Johnston, K., Munck, M., Vermeulen, W. J. V., & Backes, C. (2021). Future perspectives on the role of extended producer responsibility within a circular economy: A Delphi study using the case of the Netherlands. Business strategy and the environment : BSE, 30(8), 4054-4067. https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2856

Extended producer responsibility (EPR) is a proposed policy approach to promoting the circular economy (CE) within the European Union. This research used a policy Delphi to explore perspectives on improving EPR policies to further contribute to the C... Read More about Future perspectives on the role of extended producer responsibility within a circular economy: A Delphi study using the case of the Netherlands.

Hydroclimate changes in eastern Africa over the past 200,000 years may have influenced early human dispersal (2021)
Journal Article
Schaebitz, F., Asrat, A., Lamb, H. F., Cohen, A. S., Foerster, V., Duesing, W., …Trauth, M. H. (2021). Hydroclimate changes in eastern Africa over the past 200,000 years may have influenced early human dispersal. Communications Earth & Environment, 2(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s43247-021-00195-7

Reconstructions of climatic and environmental conditions can contribute to current debates about the factors that influenced early human dispersal within and beyond Africa. Here we analyse a 200,000-year multi-proxy paleoclimate record from Chew Bahi... Read More about Hydroclimate changes in eastern Africa over the past 200,000 years may have influenced early human dispersal.

Mobile phone use and the welfare of community health nurses in Ghana: An analysis of unintended costs (2021)
Journal Article
Robson, E., Hampshire, K., Abane, A., Kasim, A., Owusu, S., & Mariwah, S. (2021). Mobile phone use and the welfare of community health nurses in Ghana: An analysis of unintended costs. World Development Perspectives, 23, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wdp.2021.100317

The use of mobile phones is fast transforming the healthcare delivery landscape in Ghana. A substantial number of health facilities are now dependent on mobile phones to facilitate their work. Evidence of the use of mobile phones in Ghana's healthcar... Read More about Mobile phone use and the welfare of community health nurses in Ghana: An analysis of unintended costs.

What Is the Relation between Circular Economy and Sustainability? Answers from Frontrunner Companies Engaged with Circular Economy Practices (2021)
Journal Article
Walker, A. M., Opferkuch, K., Roos Lindgreen, E., Raggi, A., Simboli, A., Vermeulen, W. J., …Salomone, R. (2021). What Is the Relation between Circular Economy and Sustainability? Answers from Frontrunner Companies Engaged with Circular Economy Practices. Circular Economy and Sustainability, https://doi.org/10.1007/s43615-021-00064-7

The circular economy (CE) concept has become a major interest for companies, promising new business opportunities and a decrease in environmental impacts. Though research on circular business models has recently increased, few scholars have investiga... Read More about What Is the Relation between Circular Economy and Sustainability? Answers from Frontrunner Companies Engaged with Circular Economy Practices.

A systematic literature review on circular economy performance assessment in public sector organizations (2021)
Book Chapter
Droege, H., Raggi, A., & Ramos, T. (2021). A systematic literature review on circular economy performance assessment in public sector organizations. In V. Mauerhofer (Ed.), The Role of Law in Governing Sustainability. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003158837

Circular economy (CE) is seen as one key strategy to a more sustainable paradigm and to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Due to their role-model function, public sector organizations are expected to lead the transition... Read More about A systematic literature review on circular economy performance assessment in public sector organizations.

Observations of large-scale coherent structures in gravity currents: implications for flow dynamics (2021)
Journal Article
Marshall, C. R., Dorrell, R. M., Keevil, G. M., Peakall, J., & Tobias, S. M. (2021). Observations of large-scale coherent structures in gravity currents: implications for flow dynamics. Experiments in Fluids, 62(6), https://doi.org/10.1007/s00348-021-03217-4

Density driven flows, also known as gravity currents, comprise a head, body, and tail. Yet whilst the body typically forms the largest part of such flows, its structure remains poorly understood. In this work, experimental data gathered using particl... Read More about Observations of large-scale coherent structures in gravity currents: implications for flow dynamics.

Advancing the Circular Economy in Public Sector Organisations: Employees’ Perspectives on Practices (2021)
Journal Article
Klein, N., Ramos, T. B., & Deutz, P. (in press). Advancing the Circular Economy in Public Sector Organisations: Employees’ Perspectives on Practices. Circular Economy and Sustainability, https://doi.org/10.1007/s43615-021-00044-x

Circular economy (CE) is a concept that is gaining attention as an approach to help accelerate the transition towards sustainability. Research has focused on the adoption of CE practices in the business sector while the adoption within public sector... Read More about Advancing the Circular Economy in Public Sector Organisations: Employees’ Perspectives on Practices.

Geomorphological numerical modelling of woody dams in CAESAR-Lisflood (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Wolstenholme, J., Skinner, C., Milan, D., & Parsons, D. (2021, April). Geomorphological numerical modelling of woody dams in CAESAR-Lisflood. Poster presented at EGU General Assembly 2021 (European Geosciences Union), vEGU21: Gather Online

Natural flood management (NFM) promotes the sustainable enhancement of natural fluvial processes to reduce flooding (SEPA, 2015; Wilkinson et al., 2019), and is increasingly popular for use by community groups, contractors and governments (Kay et al.... Read More about Geomorphological numerical modelling of woody dams in CAESAR-Lisflood.