In this section you will find several tools to help you understand and/or implement circular solutions. Feel free to check out and use them! If you have any questions, please contact us.

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Whitepaper - Financing the circular Economy in the Tourism Sector

How Can Tourism SMEs Use Reward-Based Crowdfunding to Finance Circular Solutions?


Whitepaper - Circular Tourism and support from local authorities

How local authorities can support small-medium size tourism enterprises in coastal destinations in six strategic steps.

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Joint purchase

A tool to enable entrepreneurs to introduce circular economy principles into their purchasing activities and thereby create financial, social and environmental value.

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Practical toolkit circularity

A concept has been developed together with a communication agency that allows organisations to communicate in a positive way about waste and the circular handling of waste.



Crowdfunding is the practice of raising small amounts of money from a large number of individuals to finance a new business venture. But how can you use it for your business? Find here more information about crowdfunding.

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Quadruple Helix

FACET is connecting several stakeholders and experts around topics like renewable energy, resource & waste management, bio-based building, green roofs, joint-purchase, and sustainable packaging. The reason is two-fold: driving innovation is easier when working together and by connecting government, business, academia and civil society we strengthen our local economy.

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Value Chain Model

An attractive and fun working method for entrepreneurs to crystallize their ideas on paper and work together around a value chain models. At the same time, making sure the selected ideas have the ‘circular’ component in their DNA by using the 9R’s.

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9R-strategies explained

There exists a hierarchy of circularity strategies, different levels to reduce the consumption of natural resources and materials, and minimize the production of waste [1]. They can be ordered for priority according to their levels of circularity