A Biowaste Club is an institutionalised platform for multi-stakeholder engagement whose members are all local and regional actors along the biowaste value chain, such as waste management companies, research institutions, public authorities, etc.
Biowaste Club meetings take place twice a year, set-up and formats can vary, depending on the local needs and, consequently, on their agenda.
This updated playbook by Nordic Innovation, Accenture and Sitra is a guide to circular business models. It is tailored to companies in the Nordic manufacturing industries and describes the key enablers to fully transform and become a circular business.
Using good practices and replicable examples from Europe and beyond, these EU-funded BUS-GoCircular project guidelines aim to raise awareness among practitioners and policymakers about their ability to promote a more circular construction sector and upskill professionals.
Between September 2021 and March 2022, the Circular Economy - Sustainable Competences for Youth project team conducted an online survey, reaching more than 200 young people aged 18-30 across Europe. These findings fed into data used to prepare recommendations advocating better inclusion and opportunities for young people regarding the transition towards a circular economy.
UNECE and UN/CEFACT, together with key industry stakeholders, have launched a project for an international framework initiative to enhance transparency and traceability for sustainable and circular value chains in the garment and footwear industry.
Reducing your value chain’s emissions is a key factor in combating climate change, transitioning to a circular economy and ensuring that your business is competitive and complies with the law. This guide by Normative sets out six building blocks to measure and reduce carbon emissions from your value chain, a prerequisite for adopting circular business model principles.
This guide helps municipal authority practitioners adopt a more circular approach to public procurement. It provides an overarching framework that should be adapted to the local context and the reality of each city. Each step includes questions to consider, examples of how other municipal authorities have implemented circular procurement, and resources.
This Whitepaper presents research into existing and emerging circular business models (CBMs). This results in the identification of seven basic types of CBM, divided into three groups that together form a classification.
In its publication "Transition time! A circular economy for plastics", the Dutch Sustainable Growth Coalition sheds light on the challenges of plastic, shares innovative cases and makes specific recommendations on how to incentivise action.