The EU Green Week 2023 from 3 to 11 June is the annual opportunity to debate, become familiar with, or even celebrate EU environment policy. The main event - the Brussels conference - takes place on 6 and 7 June. The policy debates on "Delivering a Net-Zero World" theme and expert workshops are organised by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Environment, with invited speakers from the world of politics, business, NGOs, and academia.
EDANA, the leading global association and voice of the nonwovens and related industries is launching its first Sustainability Forum, which is an evolution of their previous Circular Nonwovens Forum. It will cover all relevant sustainability topics for the nonwoven industry: natural raw materials, consumer expectations, circularity, bio-economy, etc.
This event, organised by RREUSE on 22 and 23 June with the support of FairWertung, will bring together leading experts, social entrepreneurs, policymakers, and social enterprise leaders to discuss the current state of the textiles market and explore innovative ways to increase re-use and reduce textile waste.
On 23 May, the AL-INVEST Verde Programme, funded by the European Commission for promoting sustainable growth and job creation in Latin America, launched its second call for proposals. Join the information session and discover more about the programme and the call terms and requirements.
Two online information workshops (on 5 and 13 June) will be organised for associations, chambers of commerce and other institutions representing the private sector, research centres and think tanks. During the workshop, an overview of the programme as well as full information on the second call will be presented.
This hybrid session on 8 June explores the linkages and concrete actions that should be considered by investors and project owners when developing circular and long-lasting, place-based skills and workforce.
This online session on 2 June 2023, from 10:00 to 12:00 (GMT+2), explores how cities worldwide can unlock the potential of the circular economy at the local level, while promoting biodiversity and nature conservation.
This session on 1 June 2023 (10:00 – 13:00 local time or 9:00 – 12:00 CEST), hosted by the Circular Buildings Coalition (CBC), will provide insights on Europe's built environment, including the carbon budget of the construction industry, the development of secondary materials markets, and effective strategies for scaling up circular buildings with experiences from the CityLoops project.
Join this session on 25 May 2023 from 10:30 to 11:30 CEST to catch up with the DEFINITE-CCRI project and the Project Development Assistance services offered to cities and project owners to develop bankable circular economy projects and secure financing.
Circle Economy has partnered with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the World Bank Group initiative Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE) on jobs in the circular economy. S4YE is a multi-year initiative to generate and share evidence and data for a better understand of how the circular economy can help lead to a more just and inclusive world.
This report systematically documents the literature on circular economy and jobs, identifying gaps and suggesting ways to simultaneously promote environmental sustainability and good quality jobs. It provides valuable insights for policy makers to move towards a better environment that is just for all, helping to create win-win situations that are so urgently needed for the planet, its prosperity and its people.