Various actors in the alliance have addressed topics such as alternative economies, data and the environment, the material basis of digitalisation, digital capitalism, urban-rural-smart as well as civil society and communities.
Green Tiger (Rohe Tiiger in Estonian) is a cross-sectoral collaboration platform which is creating a basis for a green economy, just as the Tiger Leap project jump-started the development of Estonia’s technology sector.
Händelö Eco-Industrial Park – world-leading industrial symbiosis between industry and city through bio-based and circular economy.
At Kalundborg Symbiosis, public and private companies buy and sell waste from each other in a closed cycle of industrial production. Driven by increased costs of materials and energy for businesses, exchanges between companies are initially assessed on the basis of economic gains in saving of resources or money.
The H2020 PROMPT project has the goal to establish an independent testing programme to assess the lifetime of consumer products when they are put on the market. The focus is on electrical and electronic products and in particular on smartphones, (smart) TVs, washing machines and televisions.
Zero Waste Scotland exists to lead Scotland to use products and resources responsibly, focusing on where we can have the greatest impact on climate change. We are a not-for-profit environmental organisation, funded by the Scottish Government and European Regional Development Fund.