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Berlin's path to a circular city

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Presentation for the topic of circular city taken in Berlin on 07.11

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Berlin's path to a circular city

  1. 1. The programme 18.30 18.45 19.15 20.00 Who is who? Keynote presentations - learning about circularity Development of a circular roadmap Networking
  2. 2. Organised as a non-profit, we accelerate Berlin’s transition towards a circular city. We are reshaping Berlin’s metabolism by developing the local circular economy agenda and its implementation, though research, community-building and practical programmes. About us
  3. 3. circular organisations in our network Deep knowledge & network in 4 key industries Built environment Product & materials Food & biomass Textiles & fashion About us 120+ Registered non-profit (g.e.V) Project partners
  4. 4. Development of Circular Economy community in Berlin Our work / Community monthly meetups CONTEXT Circular economy in Berlin is very grass-root driven and raises a lot of interest, nevertheless there is no organised community with information exchange and opportunity to meet PROJECT Circular Berlin internal project, initiated once a month events on the topic of Circular Economy to exchange and share knowledge and network with different CE community PROJECT PARTNERS Diverse organisations in Berlin
  5. 5. Developing a zero waste strategy for F’hain-Kreuzberg Our work / City strategy CONTEXT The Bezirksamt asked us to develop an approach to eliminating waste in their districts. PROJECT Taking a holistic, circular approach, we are working on identifying the roots causes of waste, as well as developing a solution roadmap to design waste out of the system. PROJECT PARTNERS BUND, Grüne Liga
  6. 6. Enabling a circular construction ecosystem in Berlin Our work / Built environment CONTEXT Even though Berlin’s construction sector is booming, circular construction is not yet common practice, due to diverse reasons, such as the industry complexity, topic misconception and lack of awareness about implementation practices. PROJECT Identify main obstacles and enablers in Berlin in order to push it to the next level. PROJECT PARTNER & MAIN DRIVER EIT Climate-KIC
  7. 7. Enabling zero waste schools Our work / Education CONTEXT Together with Berlin creatives, our circular economy experts bring knowledge about circular and sustainable practices to an elementary school. PROJECT Throughout the school term 2019/20 each of the 15 classes at Kreativgrundschule Karlshorst takes part in a three day project, aiming to eventually become the first circular school in town. PROJECT PARTNERS Zero Waste Your Life MiFactori, Open Circularity Kreativgrundschule Karlshorst Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung
  8. 8. Making secondary materials usage a common practice Our work / Materials & products CONTEXT While the reuse of secondary materials in Berlin is a widespread practice, the quantity of materials exchanged has remained relatively low. PROJECT Develop a central repository and exploration lab for secondary materials, enabled by a digital marketplace. PROJECT PARTNERS TU Berlin Material Mafia ZUsammenKUNFT Berlin
  9. 9. The level of development of the Circular Economy in Berlin Nicole Ludwig Member of the Berlin Parliament, Green party, Spokesperson for economy and sports
  10. 10. Circularity in European cities Maria Loloni Climate-KIC
  11. 11. Cirkulära Göteborg Isabel Ordonez Circular Berlin
  12. 12. Cirkulära Göteborg
  13. 13. Cirkulära Göteborg started in May 2016 lead by the Consumer and Citizen Office of the City of Gothenburg Support transition from current economy to a circular economy by focusing on waste prevention and reuse, while developing sustainable consumption alternatives.
  14. 14. Work so far ● Redesigned municipal offices with reused materials ● Tested a circular student platform Re:Challenge ● Established Fixotekets ● Ran pilot-project Dela Mera ● Started a working group to establish more Bike kitchens ● Established a warehouse for unused municipal furniture
  15. 15. Future work ● Support public procurement for reused furniture, renovation and redesign services. ● Increase possibilities to share, reuse and repair in central shopping areas. ● Support package and routines to help establish circular services in housing areas.
  16. 16. Reduce waste through reuse, repair and sharing in the Construction Branch
  17. 17. Circular City as a new paradigm for urban sustainability Georg Hubmann Technische Universität Berlin & Circular Berlin
  18. 18. Source: https://journey.circularamsterdam.com/ Cities are major centres of human population, economic capital, natural resource use, and waste generation.
  19. 19. Urban sustainability strategies Circular City Eco city Knowledge city Smart city Sustainable city Resilient city Low carbon city Green city Ubiquitous city Intelligent city Digital city Information city Liveable city
  20. 20. In a circular economy, products are designed in such a way that at the end of their life their value can still be captured. Keeping products in closed loops allows materials to be mainted.
  21. 21. On the city level, creating closed loops is more complex but has the potential to save large amounts of CO2
  22. 22. Circularity in a city Resources are sourced locally, if possible, used only if truly needed, and their value is maintained as part of a continuous loop ー within the limits of our planet. Waste and pollution are non-existent. People’s lives and jobs positively affect their neighbourhoods and communities.
  23. 23. Source: Williams, 2019 Circular City Framework Circular actions Support actions
  24. 24. The Circular City approach requires a top-down strategy and bottom-up actions Understand local stakeholders Understand city needs and gaps to close the loops Create collaborations and local clusters 1. 2. 3. Implement integrated urban flows 4.
  25. 25. Understand local stakeholders 1.
  26. 26. Understand city needs and gaps to close the loops 2.
  27. 27. Possible circular food flow for Berlin 2.
  28. 28. 1. Textiles 2. Construction 3. Food for consumers & businesses 4. Hospitality (hotels) 5. Consumer goods (electronics) 6. Events 7. Energy What loops or R-s strategies are possible in Berlin?

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