CIRCLE develops an interdisciplinary perspective on the circular economy in the Baltic-Nordic region by integrating insights from sociology, economics, philosophy, political science, and environmental science, and examining its all three – social, economic, and environmental – sustainability dimensions.

The project is funded within Baltic Research Programme of European Economic Area Grants. 



First CIRCLE face-to-face meeting in Riga

Why circular use of bioresources within and across agriculture, forestry and aquaculture is relatively little reflected in media and public debate despite historical and widely applied practices among businesses? Why…


Work for CIRCLE by AREI team

The Institute of Agricultural Resources and Economics (AREI) brings the economic, financial and policy analysis expertise in the CIRCLE project to study circular bioeconomy. The institute has contributed to different…

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