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The study identifies the most important ecological and economic reduction potentials for Switzerland and examine where the barriers to the realization of these reduction potentials are and how they can be removed.

Factsheet

  • Lead department Business
  • Institute Institute for Sustainable Business
  • Research unit Sustainable Consumption
  • Funding organisation Others
  • Duration (planned) 26.06.2019 - 31.08.2020
  • Project management Tobias Stucki
  • Head of project Tobias Stucki
  • Project staff Jan Thomas Frecè
    Ingrid Kissling-Näf
  • Partner EBP Schweiz AG
    Bundesamt für Umwelt BAFU
    Uni Bern
  • Keywords barriers, circular economy, resource efficiency, hotspots

Situation

1) Identification of the relevant ecological and economic potentials 2) Identification and weighting of barriers 3) Derivation of possible solutions to overcome the identified barriers Projektinhalt: The study launched in response to the postulate submitted by National Councillor Ruedi Noser is intended to identify the important ecological and economic reduction potentials on the basis of existing and additional economic evaluations. The identification of these potentials will serve as a basis f

Course of action

The study launched in response to the postulate submitted by National Councillor Ruedi Noser is intended to identify the important ecological and economic reduction potentials on the basis of existing and additional economic evaluations. The identification of these potentials will serve as a basis for identifying where the barriers for the realization of the reduction potentials lie and, building on this, for analyzing how they can be reduced.