Circular economy

Urban agriculture plays an important role in the utilization of nutrients and resources in a circular system in urban areas.

Circular economy

At the Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) and Faculty of Science and Technology (REALTEK) we do research on local separation, purification and reuse of wastewater and food waste. This is explained in the video below.

To find out more, see the article below about our breakfast seminar with Petter D. Jenssen and Melesse Eshetu Mogens.

Another important area of research within circular economy is pollution in urban environments. This is an issue Roland Kallenborn at the Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science is working with. See the article about his breakfast seminar in the link below.

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Third breakfast seminar: MINA

Third breakfast seminar: MINA

Tuesday 10th of December we held our third breakfast seminar on urban agriculture. This time it was the Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) who was responsible with focus on circular water management. 

Sixth breakfast seminar: KBM

Sixth breakfast seminar: KBM

On Wednesday 24th of June we organized our first online breakfast seminar through Zoom. The topic of the seminar was anthropogenic pollutants as limiting factor for urban agriculture strategies and it was held by professor Roland Kallenborn from the Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science (KBM).

Published 2. October 2019 - 12:56 - Updated 27. August 2020 - 11:31