PROJECT
SERVICIZING POLICY FOR
RESOURCE EFFICIENT ECONOMY
Overview of SPREE Project

Project start
Project end
Funding Scheme
Total Cost
EC Contribution
Coordinator

1 July 2012
31...
SPREE Partners
Oxford University

Lund University

Surrey University

The Finnish Environment Institute

Research Council ...
A Glance at SPREE Project
Goal

To assist and enhance the creating of a resource-efficient
Europe, characterized by an abs...
SPREE Phases
SPREE Advisory Board
Prof. Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker, UNEP
Prof. Walter Stahel, Geneva Association
Ms. Jenny Jones, Lond...
How to Get in Touch
For more info visit our web: www.spreeproject.com
Or like us on Facebook: facebook.com/SpreeProject
Fo...
Thank you for listening!
info@spreeproject.com

Jáchym Judl
Finnish Environment Institute
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Introduction to SPREE project

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SPREE project (Servicizing Policy for Resource Efficient Economy) is a three-year project within the environment theme under the European Commision’s Seventh Framework Program (FP7). The aim of SPREE project is to identify potential “Servicizing Policy Packages” for the establishment of Servicizing systems which facilitate the transition from selling products to providing services.
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Introduction to SPREE project

  1. 1. PROJECT SERVICIZING POLICY FOR RESOURCE EFFICIENT ECONOMY
  2. 2. Overview of SPREE Project Project start Project end Funding Scheme Total Cost EC Contribution Coordinator 1 July 2012 31 June 2015 EU Seventh Framework Program (FP7) 3,011,479 € 2,399,663 € Research Council of Lithuania
  3. 3. SPREE Partners Oxford University Lund University Surrey University The Finnish Environment Institute Research Council of Lithuania The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies Delft University of Technology Tel Aviv University University of Santiago de Compostela Ben Gurion University Alliance Members: FGV (GVces) – Brazil, INSEAD – France, The Hebrew University – Israel
  4. 4. A Glance at SPREE Project Goal To assist and enhance the creating of a resource-efficient Europe, characterized by an absolute decoupling of economic growth and prosperity from unsustainable and inefficient use of resources. Approach Servicizing Systems, such as car sharing, laundry services or integrated pest management, can bring us closer to achieving this goal. We use Agent-Based Model (ABM) to simulate potential of servicing to achieve absolute decoupling. Product Servicizing Policy Packages enabling a country or a region to develop and implement effective policy measures directed at facilitating Servicizing Systems and benefiting from their economic, environmental and social advantages. Check out the Servicizing Wikipedia Page created by the SPREE team!
  5. 5. SPREE Phases
  6. 6. SPREE Advisory Board Prof. Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker, UNEP Prof. Walter Stahel, Geneva Association Ms. Jenny Jones, London Assembly Prof. Roland Clift, International Society for Industrial Ecology Dr. Christian Patermann, “Biotechnology, Agriculture & Food” Programme, EC Dr. Jola Welfens, Wuppertal Institute
  7. 7. How to Get in Touch For more info visit our web: www.spreeproject.com Or like us on Facebook: facebook.com/SpreeProject Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SPREEProject
  8. 8. Thank you for listening! info@spreeproject.com Jáchym Judl Finnish Environment Institute

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