WASTE FEW ULL will map and substantially reduce waste in the food-energy-water nexus in cities across three continents: Europe, Africa and South America.

The project will establish four Urban Living Labs (ULLs) of stakeholders to a) map resource fl ows b) identify critical dysfunctional linear pathways c) agree the response most appropriate to the local context d) model the market and non-market economic value of each intervention and e) engage with decision makers to close each loop.

The project will contribute with policy decision support models for economically viable waste reduction, rethinking waste as a resource as well as establish entrepreneurship networks in each ULL to continue working after the formal end of the project.


WASTE FEW ULL – Waste Food-Energy-Water Urban Living Labs – Mapping and Reducing Waste in the Food-Energy-Water Nexus
Duration: 2018–2021
Internet: https://wastefewull.weebly.com/
Contact: Professor Susanne Charlesworth, Coventry University and Daniel Black, db+a
E-mail: s.charlesworth@coventry.ac.uk and 0BlackDan@gmail.com
Budget: 1.153.558 €
Partners: Coventry University, University of California, CICERO Senter for klimaforskning, University of Bath, University of Reading, Wessex Water Services, Bristol Food Network, GENeco, The Schumacher Institute, University of Campinas, University of Cape Town, Erasmus University Rotterdam, ERWAT, Isidima Design & Development, BlueCity




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