On September 8th and 9th all Circular Agronomics partners sat in front of a computer for the third annual General Assembly. In front of us two busy days to meet, provide project updates, review the past year and plan upcoming tasks and activities.
The agenda for the first morning included administrative reminders, pitch presentations with project results, a session on life cycle assment and another one on policy where the partners were asked to vote for policy measures that the policy team will continue working on. In the afternoon we learned about the work done by the six case studies over the last year.
The second day had six one hour sessions each focusing on a specific Work Package. Fruitful discussions were held and overall there was a feeling that good work was being done and deliverables and milestones completed now that we’re more than half-way through the project lifetime. The GA ended with some comments from our expert advisory board.
The final year of the project is now here and all partners are committed to completing the remaining tasks and ensuring that Circular Agronomics has a positive and long-lasting impact on improving nutrient (and carbon!) management in the EU!