UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources


Update from ECO_REBUS – Marie Curie funded research project on eco-innovation and business models

28 April 2020

Maria Rosa will present the main results of the ECO_REBUS project during an online Research Forum that will be organised by UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources on 15 May 2020.

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ECO_REBUS investigates the phases through which eco-innovative products and services are adopted by firms. The project aims also to understand by a cognitive and processual perspective the relationship between eco-innovation and business models at firm level. 

The Research Forum is an excellent opportunity to share and disseminate the relevant outputs of the project, and to receive useful comments and feedback from professors, researchers and PhD students.

ISR Marie Curie Fellow Maria Rosa De Giacomo is finalising her Marie Curie project, ECO_REBUS: Profiting from ECO-innovation: the RolE of BUSiness model. The grant has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 753274.

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