Here you can find different types of resources related to the RUNRES activities.


DR Congo

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Entrepreneur on finding niche, empowering women, and the potential of recycling in farming. The New Times Rwanda, 2023.

From maggots to money: Pioneer on the benefits of black soldier fly farming. The New Times Rwanda, 2023.

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South Africa

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Surchat, M., Irakoze, M., Hansmann, R., Kantengwa, S., Konlambigue, M., Späth, L., Wilde, B., Six, J., & Krütli, P. (2023). Jobs in the circular bioeconomy under scrutiny: The challenging reality of compost production in Rwanda. World Development Sustainability.

Fuhrmann, A., Wilde, B., Feola Conz, R., Kantengwa, S., Konlambigue, M., Masengesho, B., Kintche, K., Kassa, K., Musazura, W., Späth, L., Gold, M., Mathys, A., Six, J., & Hartmann, M. (2022). Residues from black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) larvae rearing influence the plant-associated soil microbiome in the short term. Frontiers in Microbiology, 13, 1-19.

Sekabira, H., Nijman, E., Späth, L., Krütli, P., Schut, M., Vanlauwe, B., Wilde, B., Kinche, K., Kantengwa, S., Feyso., A., Kigangu, B., & Six., J., (2022). Circular Bioeconomy in African Food Systems: What is the status quo? Insights from Rwanda, DRC, and Ethiopia. PlosONE, 17(10), 1-25.

Pärli, R., Fischer, M., Späth, L., & Lieberherr, E. (2022). Transdisciplinary research for sustainable development – doing research about research. GAIA, 31(4), 238-242.

Wilde, B., Späth, L., Sekabira, H., Krütli, P., & Six, J. (2021). Rethinking the rural-urban relationship based on nutrient recycling. RURAL 21: The International Journal for Rural development, 03/21, 37-39.

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RUNRES Phase 1 – Context studies (2020)

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