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EU policies affect the products on the EU market in many different ways. Citizens buy, use and discard products. Business and industries are involved in all the phases of a product’s life cycle: design, manufacturing, import/export, consumption and finally recycling or waste handling.

The EU has now opened a public consultation help identify in how far the current EU product policy framework supports a circular economy and the potential for increasing this contribution. Input is needed from the general public, businesses and local authorities as well as other stakeholders.

Feedback can be shared until 24 January 2019 by responding to an online questionnaire.

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Artificial intelligence for the benefit of all

22-01-2020

In May 2019, the Luxembourg government presented its strategic vision for artificial intelligence. The main priority of the Prime Minister and Minister for Digitalisation is to ensure that this extremely powerful technology will bring advantages to everyone.
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"Focus on the bio-economy"

17-01-2020

Circular economy and sustainable construction: these are two topics that the Luxembourg CleanTech Cluster is following very closely. Interview with its manager Charles-Albert Florentin.
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Increasing Luxembourg demand for clean technologies

17-12-2019

Building and urbanisation projects with a circular approach, worth hundreds of millions of euros, are currently under way in Luxembourg. The demand for methods, technologies and materials that respect the principles of the circular economy is growing quickly as a result, bringing with it a range of new business opportunities.
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Sustainable construction: aligning supply and demand

09-12-2019

The application of the principles of the circular economy in the construction sector represents a colossal challenge given the very high level of activity in this sector. This is why, in response to a request from players in the field, the Luxembourg CleanTech Cluster is piloting a study aimed at matching supply and demand concerning circular construction.
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Save the date: Luxembourg to host Cleantech Forum Europe

26-11-2019

On 18-20 May 2020, Luxembourg will host the Cleantech Forum Europe, a major international event in the field of clean technologies. As of today, registration to the event is open.
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