Welcome to the Circular Metabolism Podcast. This podcast is hosted by the Chair of Circular Economy and Urban Metabolism held by Aristide Athanassiadis and Stephan Kampelmann at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. In this podcast, we talk with researchers, policy makers and different practitioners to unravel the complex aspects of what makes urban metabolisms and economies more circular. On this new episode (shot on Sep 5th 2019) we learn from Julie Marin the role of urban landscape design in circular economy transitions. Julie is a Postdoctoral Researcher at KU Leuven funded by Flanders' Research Foundation.One of the main assets that landscape design can bring to circular economy is to spatialise and contextualise flows, actors and infrastructures in order to anchor the often theoretical claims from circular economy. Julie also mentions that as urban and landscape design often embeds a definition or a world view, it also possible to interpret from current case studies claiming to be circular what are their main agendas or interpretations of circularity.Julie has grouped these agendas into four main categories and according to her, their identification helps to build a framework that helps policy makers and practitioners to better navigate through the potential implementations of circular economy on a territory. Enjoy this episode and don't forget to visit our website www.circularmetabolism.com for the rest of our productions. Before you go, please help us improve our podcast by subscribing to your favourite app including Youtube, iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher and leave us a comment with your thoughts. - iTunes: http://tiny.cc/9flx7y - Stitcher: http://tiny.cc/3glx7y - Spotify: http://tiny.cc/nhlx7y - Deezer: http://tiny.cc/ej1zlz - Google: http://tiny.cc/1o1zlz
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