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REPAiR - REsource Management in Peri-urban AReas: Going Beyond Urban Metabolism

Deliverables

Process model Pécs

Definitive process model for the case of Pécs , including digital maps, database and reports of – the interplay between – spatial, material flow and social analyses.

Project website

Project website, with public and internal restricted area. Updated during the project.

Definitive Framework for sustainability assessment

Framework for sustainability assessment available.

Process model Hamburg

Definitive process model for the case of Hamburg, including digital maps, database and reports of – the interplay between – spatial, material flow and social analyses.

Corporate identity

First CI for use in all documents, maps, on-line activities. Will be updated during the project.

Eco-innovative solutions Naples

Catalogue of solutions and strategies developed in Naplesin form of drawings (GIS)-maps, data bases and reports.

Process model for pilot cases

Definitive process model for the two pilot cases, including digital maps, database and reports of – the interplay between – spatial, material flow and social analyses.

Process model Lódź

Definitive process model for the case of Lódź , including digital maps, database and reports of – the interplay between – spatial, material flow and social analyses.

First application of decision models in all cases

Description of decision models for all case study areas and overview study on all decision models.

Report findings on socio-cultural/socio-economic and company-related investigations

Report on the main findings on socio-cultural/socio-economic and company-related investigations in all case studies.

Decision models pilot studies

Description decision models for all pilot studies.

Dissemination Plan and Dissemination Kit

Detailed Dissemination Plan and Dissemination Kit, that will guide dissemination activities through out the project and after the project duration.

Handbook: How to run a PULL

Handbook 'How to run a PULL' for follow up studies as well as for dissemination purposes.

Communication Handbook

Handbook of communication and dissemination activities.

Equal Opportunity Plan (EOP)

This equal opportunities plan covers “actors” (employees employed by the consortium members, especially those who are working on the project, students contributing in Living Labs and other contributors working with the project, members of the executive board and Peri-Urban Living Labs (PULL) leaders, visitors and experts of the project’s events), and was adapted for the promotion of equal opportunities and for monitoring and improving the contribution of certain underprivileged groups of actors. Under the umbrella of this plan, we (researchers and actors) are also focusing on equal opportunities and ethics (see details in the ethics documents of work package 9) during our field and research works. During the project duration we are respecting the principle of equal treatment and promoting the equal opportunities taking into account gender, age, disability, family and minority aspects. Principles described here are in accordance with other documents of the work package (WP) 9 on Ethics, national and institutional legislations on equal opportunities.

Report sociocultural/socio-economic and company-related investigations for pilot studies.

Report of results on sociocultural/socio-economic and company-related investigations for the two pilot studies.

Vision of the GDSE applications

Vision of the GDSE applications (in order to set clear expectations from the beginning)

Governance and decision processes in follow up cases

Report comparing the governance structure and decision processes in follow up case study areas.

Handbook Integrated Aanalyses

Handbook: Introduction to methodology for integrated spatial, material flow and social analyses. Definition of methods applied for the development of the six models.

Theoretical model of knowledge transfer

Theoretical model of knowledge transfer across peri-urban areas

PULL Handbook

Methodological guidelines to conduct the PULLs.

Governance and decision processes in pilot cases

Report comparing the governance structure and decision processes in pilot case study areas.

Geodesign Workshops Handbook

Handbook to guide the geodesign workshops. First version for the pilot cases ready in month 16, revised second version in month 26.

Publications

La pianificazione del ciclo dei rifiuti e delle aree rifiuto nella svolta della governance metropolitana di Napoli

Author(s): Berruti G., Palestino M.F.
Published in: Rivista online di Urban@it, Issue n.3, 2017, Page(s) 1-11, ISSN 2465-2059

Beyond Wastescapes: Towards Circular Landscapes. Addressing the Spatial Dimension of Circularity through the Regeneration of Wastescapes

Author(s): Libera Amenta, Arjan van Timmeren
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 10/12, 2018, Page(s) 4740, ISSN 2071-1050
DOI: 10.3390/su10124740

Le aree-rifiuto come sfida dell’economia circolare. Un cantiere aperto nella regione urbana di Napoli

Author(s): Berruti G., Palestino M.F.
Published in: Urbanistica Informazioni, Issue n.278 si, 2018, Page(s) 26-31, ISSN 2239-4222

Social-Ecological-Technical systems in urban planning for a circular economy: an opportunity for horizontal integration

Author(s): Janneke van der Leer, Arjan van Timmeren, Alexander Wandl
Published in: Architectural Science Review, Issue 61/5, 2018, Page(s) 298-304, ISSN 0003-8628
DOI: 10.1080/00038628.2018.1505598

Eco-Innovative Solutions for Wasted Landscapes. Special Issue Out of waste landscapes.

Author(s): Rigillo, M., Amenta, L., Attademo, A., Boccia, L., Formato, E., Russo, M.
Published in: RI-VISTA, Issue 01 2018, 2018, Page(s) 146-159, ISSN 1724-6768

A Holistic Sustainability Framework for Waste Management in European Cities: Concept Development

Author(s): Sue Taelman, Davide Tonini, Alexander Wandl, Jo Dewulf
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 10/7, 2018, Page(s) 2184, ISSN 2071-1050
DOI: 10.3390/su10072184

Environmental impacts of food waste: Learnings and challenges from a case study on UK

Author(s): Davide Tonini, Paola Federica Albizzati, Thomas Fruergaard Astrup
Published in: Waste Management, Issue 76, 2018, Page(s) 744-766, ISSN 0956-053X
DOI: 10.1016/j.wasman.2018.03.032

Circular and Flexible Indoor Partitioning—A Design Conceptualization of Innovative Materials and Value Chains

Author(s): Bob Geldermans, Martin Tenpierik, Peter Luscuere
Published in: Buildings, Issue 9/9, 2019, Page(s) 194, ISSN 2075-5309
DOI: 10.3390/buildings9090194

A helyi erőforrásokon alapuló helyi fejlesztés lehetőségei az átalakuló hazai hulladékgazdálkodási közszolgáltatásban

Author(s): Cecília Mezei, Viktor Varjú
Published in: Tér és Társadalom, Issue 33/2, 2019, Page(s) 41-61, ISSN 2062-9923
DOI: 10.17649/tet.33.2.3089

An operational framework for sustainability assessment including local to global impacts: Focus on waste management systems

Author(s): Sue Taelman, David Sanjuan-Delmás, Davide Tonini, Jo Dewulf
Published in: Resources, Conservation & Recycling: X, Issue 2, 2019, Page(s) 100005, ISSN 2590-289X
DOI: 10.1016/j.rcrx.2019.100005

Economia circolare, scarti e rigenerazione del periurbano: il progetto REPAiR

Author(s): Russo, M., Attademo, A., Formatto, E., Vittiglio, V., Amenta, L.
Published in: Proceedings from the conference Atti della XX Conferenza Nazionale SIU, Issue 2017, 2017, Page(s) 1235-1242

A hybrid decision-making process for wastescapes remediation. Geodesign, LCA, Urban Living Lab interplay.

Author(s): Cerreta, M. Inglese, P. & Mazzarella, C.
Published in: Environmental and territorial modelling for planning and design (A. Leone & C. Gargiulo (Eds.)), Issue 4, 2018, Page(s) 603-610

Introducing Spatial Variability to the Impact Significance Assessment

Author(s): Rusne Sileryte, Jorge Gil, Alexander Wandl, Arjan van Timmeren
Published in: Geospatial Technologies for All, 2018, Page(s) 189-209
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-78208-9_10

beyond WASTESCAPES: Opportunities for sustainable urban and territorial regenerations

Author(s): Amenta L.
Published in: 2019