UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources


UCL ISR research project RECREATE final conference

4 May 2018

Research network for forward looking activates and assessment of research and innovation prospects in the fields of Climate, Resource Efficiency and raw mATErials, Final Conference on 12th June


The RECREATE project supports the development of the European Union’s research funding program Horizon 2020.

During the last four and a half years, the EU-funded project RECREATE has developed, tested and applied a variety of new tools and methods to support R&I policy making and programming in the fields of Climate Action, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials.

These include:

  • The RECREATE Green Horizons Scoreboard,
  • The RECREATE Evidence-based Narratives and
  • The RECREATE Scenarios.

A central focus of the event will be on the Circular Economy and on the question of what R&I policy can do in order to bring us closer to its realisation. Other key aspects of the conference include: the Final presentation of the RECREATE Green Horizons Scoreboard delivered by deputy director of ISR, Prof Raimund Bleischwitz.