The European Conference on Sustainable Cities and Towns, organised by ICLEI Europe, will open its doors for the 9th time from 30 September - 2 October 2020 in Mannheim, Germany.
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30 Sep 2020 to 02 Oct 2020
08 Dec 2019 to 11 Dec 2019
The 5th International Conference on Final Sinks will be held in Vienna from 8 to 11 December 2019
01 Jul 2020 to 02 Jul 2020
Join the 5th New Business Models conference in Nijmegen on 1 to 2 July 2020
30 Jul 2019
During its Presidency of the Council of the European Union in late 2019, Finland will highlight the EU’s role in leading the transition to a climate neutral Europe with a versatile selection of Finnish artists’ work and a number of exhibitions that will give the public a new view on sustainable development and the circular economy.
04 Oct 2019
Join Kyiv's European Circular Economy Forum on 4 October 2019, organised with support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
03 Jun 2020 to 05 Jun 2020
The third Dresden Nexus Conference will take place on 3-5 June 2020 with the theme "Circular Economy in a Sustainable Society"
29 Oct 2019
CEN and CENELEC members, together with their industry partners, invite you to a one-day stakeholder workshop in Brussels on 29 October 2019 to address the challenges linked to the circularity of material-use at every phase of the value chain, and to both discuss and identify specific standardization gaps for metal, wood, plastic and concrete circularity.
18 Jul 2019
The EU’s largest National Promotional Banks and Institutions and the European Investment Bank launch a EUR 10 billion initiative to accelerate the transition to a sustainable and circular economy
5 Aug 2019
Citeo Circular Challenge is a programme to detect innovation, essentially in the paper and packaging sectors, which has supported over 700 projects across the entire circular value chain in 2016. Submit your project until 15 September 2019, and win up to €40,000 in grant funding and business services.
20 Sep 2019 to 22 Sep 2019
In 2017, Fixfest brought together over 200 volunteer repairers and tinkerers, activists, policy-makers, thinkers, and companies from all over the world in the name of taking greater care of the things we own – and better products.