ACR+ is part of a consortium working for ESPON (European Territorial Observatory Network, aiming to inspire policy making with territorial evidence) on a new study named CIRCTER — Circular Economy and Territorial Consequence.

Project co-funded by the European Commission under the EPSON 2020 Cooperation Programme, 2017 - 2019.


The CIRCTER project officially kicked-off in November 2017. In the framework of the project, six cases are analysed including two ACR+ members: Brussels and Maribor. In both cases, we see the primordial role of local and regional authorities in the transition to the circular economy.

CIRCTER has been presented at Sofia during the ESPON seminar “Territorial Cohesion post 2020: Integrated Territorial Development for Better Policies”.


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