This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 308371.


Listed below are some of the latest publications related to the project:

1.1 Analytical Framework for Resource Efficiency

1.2 EU Policy Experiences With Policies Relevant to Resource Efficiency

1.3 Drivers for Resource Decoupling and the Role of National Policies

1.4 Report about resource reduction cost curves for material consumption in different MS and sectors

1.5 Business Barriers to the Uptake of Resource Efficiency Measures 

1.6 Individual behavioural barriers to resource-efficiency

1.7 Synthesis report and conclusions about barriers and drivers

2.1 Synthesis of New Concepts 

2.2 A Vision for a Resource-Efficient Economy 

2.3 Policy Mixes for Resource Efficiency

2.4 New Business Models That Support Resource-Efficiency

2.5 Report on global governance for resource-efficient economies

2.6 Synthesis

3.1 Report About the Modelling of Water Demand and Land Use in EXIOMOD

3.2 Report About the Modelling of Water Demand and Land Use in GINFORS

3.3 Report About the Linking of EXIOMOD and LPJmL

3.4 Report on the linking of GINFORS and LPJmL

3.5 Report on Scenario Formulation

3.6 Report about Modelling Results from LCA Perspective

3.7a Report about integrated scenario interpretation GINFORS / LPJmL results

3.7b Report about integrated scenario interpretation EXIOMOD / LPJmL results

3.7c Report about integrated scenario interpretation – Comparison of results

4.1 Summary of WP1 and WP2

4.6 Conclusions & Policy Insights

4.7 SWOT Analysis of Resource Efficiency Pathways

4.8 Ecological Economics POLFREE Special Issue

4.9 Policies tackling the “web of constraints” on resource efficient practices: the case of mobility