Closing the gap between fork and farm for circular nutrient flows

The project

The P2GreeN project aims to create new circular governance solutions within the fork-to-farm framework to eradicate nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) pollution. Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilisers are crucial for plant growth, but their excess can lead to environmental pollution of air and water. P2GreeN will address this by developing circular nutrient flows for N and P, linking blue urban and green rural infrastructures. The project will focus on recovering N and P from human sanitary waste in urban areas and converting it into safe, bio-based fertilisers for agricultural use. These innovative recovery solutions will be tested and demonstrated in three pilot regions along a north-south axis. With a funding of over 8 million euros from the Horizon Europe Programme, P2GreeN will last 48 months ending in November 2026, and involves 32 partners from 14 European countries

Moverim activities

Moverim  is co-leading WP6, being responsible for the communication and dissemination of the project’s results, managing social media and stakeholder engagement activities, and promoting P2GreeN initiatives at EU level. Moverim also handles the organisation of events and workshops to foster dialogue and collaboration among the various actors involved in the project. It coordinates the Cluster initiatives in which the project participates: CCR – Circular Cities and Regions, and RBA – Rural Bioeconomy Alliance. Additionally, Moverim facilitates dialogue with European institutions, conveying scientific evidence and technological innovation within political and regulatory initiatives.

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