PART I GOVERNING CIRCULAR ECONOMY: PLACE-SPECIFIC BARRIERS THAT HAMPER TO CLOSE THE LOOP
guest editor: Viktor VARJÚ
Viktor VARJÚ
Foreword

INVITED ARTICLES

Erwin HEURKENS, Marcin DĄBROWSKI
Circling the square: Governance of the circular economy transition in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area
Gilda BERRUTI, Maria Federica PALESTINO
Wastelands as an opportunity for managing Naples’ sustainable transition
Arianne ACKE, Sue Ellen TAELMAN, Jo DEWULF
A multi-stakeholder and interdisciplinary approach to waste management and circular economy: The case of Flanders and Ghent, Belgium
Andreas OBERSTEG, Alessandro ARLATI, Jörg KNIELING
Making cities circular: Experiences from the living lab Hamburg-Altona
Viktor VARJÚ, Cecília MEZEI, Csaba VÉR
Local resource-based development potential as reflected in waste management/circularity transition: Governance barriers in Hungary
Konrad CZAPIEWSKI, Damian MAZUREK, Anna TRACZYK, Marcin WÓJCIK
Waste material flow analysis in the Łódź Metropolitan Area
Olga IZDEBSKA, Jörg KNIELING
Citizen involvement in waste management and circular economy in cities: Key elements for planning and implementation
István POMÁZI, Elemér SZABÓ
Circular economy policy-related national initiatives in Visegrad countries
PART II

ARTICLES

Sławomir PYTEL, Wioletta KAMIŃSKA, Iwona KINIORSKA, Patryk BRAMBERT
Migrations of elderly people in the world and in Poland
Stanisław MORDWA, Małgorzata OSTROWSKA
The influence of land cover on the spatial distribution of fire sites: A case study of Łódzkie Voivodeship, Poland
Mariusz LAMPRECHT
Hidden properties of city plans: A case study of Łódź