Numero #25

2019 January-February

IPCC, on the climate we are still in time; the transformation of CO2 into materials. Jyrki Katainen and the reasons for sustainable development. Education: universities are ready to teach the circular economy. Bioeconomy Dossier: Greece.



Decarbonise Now
by Emanuele Bompan

The Future Demands Ambitious Goals
by Manuel Pulgar-Vidal


We Are Still in Time
by Veronica Ulivieri, interview with Sabine Fuss

Towards a Sustainable and Prosperous Europe
by Irene Baños Ruiz, interview with Jyrki Katainen

Circular Economy Academies
by Daniele Lettig, interview with Ellen MacArthur

Are Universities Ready for the Circular Economy?
by Rudi Bressa

Sustainable and Circular: This is How Brussels Envisions the Bioeconomy
by Mario Bonaccorso


Regenerating Local Territories with the Bioeconomy
by Marco Moro

A Way Out of the Crisis
by Mario Bonaccorso

The Chemical Industry Says Goodbye to Fossil Fuels
by Editorial Staff

Keeping CO2 Underground. Naturally
by Sergio Ferraris

Carbon Smart Circular Economy
by Emanuele Bompan, interview with Jennifer Holmgren

How to Redirect Capital Towards Circularity
by Francesco Bicciato, Elisabetta Bottazzoli

France Turns Towards the Circular Economy
by Silvia Zamboni

Occitania, a Positive Energy Region
by Ilaria N. Brambilla


The Museum of the Non-discarded
by Giorgia Marino

The Life of Mines After Mining
by Irene Baños Ruiz

Being Sustainable in the Coloured Gemstone Business
by Eleonora Rizzuto

Cobalt Shortages Ahead
by Mark LaPedus

Solaris Tobacco Crop, a New Hope to Power Africa's Biofuel Jetliners
by Ray Mwareya

Fighting Cholera with Waste
by Irene Baños Ruiz

by Antonella Ilaria Totaro

IoT and Intelligent Waste Collection with Nordsense
Chakr, Capturing Pollution to Make Ink
Subscription Clothing with Le Toteby Antonella Ilaria Totaro
Aeropowder: Insulating Materials Made From Feathers


Single-use Plastics and the Automotive Industry: Upcoming Commitments for the EU
by Francesco Petrucci