Climacy is an Erasmus+ small-scale partnership which promotes environmental education and sustainability. It equips teachers, trainers and educators with the tools to educate students about sustainability, including circularity, and ways to tackle climate change.
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) will require EU business to report on several new sustainability topics, including their circular economy performance. However, only 2% of businesses currently comply with the disclosure requirements on resource use and the circular economy. Is your organisation ready?
This revised monitoring framework measures progress towards the circular economy considering the interlinkages between circularity and the EU’s climate neutrality goal, the zero-pollution ambition for a healthier and fairer planet, competitiveness, sustainability and securing materials supply.
The training material by the EU-funded BUS-GoCircular project aims to help public procurement agents and policymakers understand how they can stimulate demand for circular construction skills through public procurement. There is a slide deck that can be used as a self-learning tool and also an action plan for policymakers to stimulate demand for circular construction skills.
TRANSFORM-CE, an Interreg North-West Europe funded project promoting the circular economy in Europe, is pleased to offer educational programmes for primary and secondary schools to learn about the collection, treatment and recycling of plastic waste. Through these educational programmes schools get teaching materials about plastic recycling.
RTSD introduces primary and secondary education teachers and students (from kindergarten to the 12th grade) to the 7 R’s of sustainable development (Reduce, Repair, Reuse, Reflect, Recycle, Reject and Respect). It invites them to express themselves artistically, while learning to design their own biomaterials using food waste and craft and digital fabrication techniques.
The Circular Benchmark Tool (CBT) enables regions to take stock of both their progress towards a circular economy and possible steps to improve their performance with a view to accelerating their transition to the circular economy.
The Erasmus+ project CirThink - Embedding Circular Economy Thinking in Higher Education Institutes (HEI) through University and Industry Partnerships aims to embed circular economy thinking in HEIs through cooperation between universities and industry.