Dedicated to advancing the circular economy and bringing together the circular economy community, in 2021 the ECESP Coordination Group (CG) will focus on 8 key areas identified as essential for the transition, based on their collective experience and exchanges with other stakeholders:
- Retailers, Consumer and Skills
- Cities and Regions
- Circular Procurement
- Food waste, Food systems and Bioeconomy
- Construction and Infrastructure
- Network Governance and Circular Economy Hubs
- Economic Incentives.
The Leadership Groups leading on these topics will use the EU Circular Talks process (#EUCircularTalks), the Platform's exchange concept, to bring together the circular economy through events and dynamic, result-focussed dialogues.
Through these and other Coordination Group initiatives, organised along the principal axes of their Mandate, the CG will put into practice their designated role: acting as ECESP ambassadors, fostering debate, exchanging good practices and knowledge, and promoting interaction among stakeholders.
For a more in-depth understanding of the CG's work in the circular economy and what this means for you as a stakeholder, you are invited to take a look at the 2021 Work Plan.