Two years after the adoption of EU Circular Economy Package in December 2015, more than half of the initiatives included in the Action Plan have been delivered. To discuss upcoming deliverables, explore new areas of action, and share the first achievements of the European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform, the Commission and the European Economic and Social Committee will host a Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference on 20-21 February in Brussels.
Please note that, due to the expected high interest and to the limited capacity of the premises, the number of registered participants per organisation will be limited to two for DAY 1 and one for DAY 2. Registration will close once the full capacity of the venue is reached and in any case no later than 18.01.2018 at 5:00 pm. Should the number of applications exceed the maximum number of available places, participation will be determined on the basis of a balanced stakeholder and geographical representation. Confirmations will be sent out to participants later in January.
Register for Day 1 - 20 February 2018 - Charlemagne building
- Day 1 draft programme
- DAY 1 REGISTRATIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED
Register for Day 2 - 21 February 2018 - Jacques Delors Building
- Day 2 draft programme
- DAY 2 REGISTRATIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED
The circular economy, a joint endeavour
Organised back-to-back with the EU Industry Day, this edition of the Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference will bring together industry, workers, consumers, public authorities, NGOs, and citizens to make the transition a truly joint endeavour.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the experiences of key players in the transition to a circular, resource-efficient and low-carbon economy. In addition, they will discuss and share their views on upcoming deliverables and work streams.
The transition is already happening on the ground
Building on experiences shared by stakeholders through the European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform, participants will discover new circular alternatives to help them become sustainability front-runners. Participants will also have opportunities for matchmaking, to debate key issues on their agenda, and to exchange good practices via knowledge sharing and dialogue.
Due to the expected high interest and to the limited capacity of the premises, the number of registered participants per organisation will be limited to two. Should the number of applications exceed the maximum number of available places, participation will be determined on the basis of a balanced stakeholder and geographical representation.
Showcasing and disseminating your experiences and knowledge through the Stakeholder Platform's website is possible at any time! Submit your good practices, or share with the Stakeholder Platform's secretariat your national, regional and local strategies, reports and studies or commitments.