2000sqm Scale deep Scale out Scale up

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Funding from Vinnova SEK 805 000
Project duration December 2018 - January 2020
Status Ongoing
Venture Circular and biobased economy
Call Policy and behavioral issues for a biobased circular economy

Purpose and goal

2000sqm Scale deep Scale out Scale up aims to improve the possibilities for bio based circular businesses to get access to relevant economic competence and to be able to communicate what values they create in relation to Agenda 2030. The goal is to create models and tools based on a specific case; the 2000sqm initiative at Rosendal. The case is a miniature of a food system that shows how food can be produced in a just way (equal amount of arable land/person on the planet) and within the ecological boundaries science say needs to be respected in order to have a healthy Baltic sea and planet.

Expected results and effects

The project should enable for biobased circular businesses to calculate, communicate, analyse and audit the values they create. The project will be an example of how bio-based circular activities can increase their competitive force and contribute to acceleration of sustainable development. A pilot for an integrated circular sustainability report will be created to influence the development of standards. Valuable knowledge that emerges in the project´s interdisciplinary exploration will be studied and communicated in the project network.

Planned approach and implementation

The project studies an example of a circular bio based economy; the 2000sqm initiative at Rosendals Trädgård. It will have three main phases: 1 Scale deep, create a systemic description highlighting the circular aspects and the values generated in relation to Agenda 2030 2 Scale out, the systems description is put in a larger context (Djurgården and more actors) in order to find possibilities to have greater effects from the values generated by 2000sqm-initiative. 3. Scale up Standardise methods and tools to make them useful for similar type of businesses

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