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ECESP Leadership Group on Retailers & Consumers: reflections Summer 2020

Start/End date: 
25/08/2020
Country: 
EU
City: 
Brussels

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On 11 December 2019, stakeholders of the Retail Forum were introduced to the ECESP. Several discussions took place about the interest and role of retailers in advancing the circular economy in Europe.

The topic of ‘Retailers and Consumers’ was seen as an opportunity to start a leadership group to discuss and advance circular economy action between those two key stakeholder groups.

ECESP Leadership Group on economic incentive policies: reflections Summer 2020

Start/End date: 
18/08/2020
Country: 
EU
City: 
Brussels

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The ECESP leadership group on economic incentives is focusing on incentives with a specific potential for increasing the demand for a circular economy, and on policies and challenges such as circular public procurement, Extended Producer Responsibility, tax shift, CO2 pricing, etc.

ECESP Leadership Group on food waste: reflections Summer 2020

Start/End date: 
31/07/2020
Country: 
EU
City: 
Brussels

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The Coordination Group decided, in autumn 2019, to create leadeship groups to hold in-depth discuss and deliver orientations on priority topics.

Food waste generates around 8% of the global greenhouse emissions. In their reflection document, the ECESP leadership group led by Copa-Cogeca discussed ways to reduce food waste and to maximise the circularity of food production.

ECESP Leadership Group on the textile sector: reflections Summer 2020

Start/End date: 
31/07/2020
Country: 
EU
City: 
Brussels

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The Coordination Group decided, in autumn 2019, to create focus groups to hold in-depth discuss and deliver orientations on priority topics.

Textiles are a vast category. The ECESP leadership group on textile focused on the TGLF value chain. Their discussion focused on ways to address essential challenges from a social, environ­mental and economic perspective.

ECESP Leadership Group on cities and regions: reflections Summer 2020

Start/End date: 
31/07/2020
Country: 
EU
City: 
Brussels

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The Coordination Group decided, in Autumn 2019, to create leadeship groups to hold in-depth discuss and deliver orientations on priority topics.

The leadership group on cities and regions focused specifically on the territorial approach to the transition to circular economy at local and regional level.

ECESP Leadership Group on the construction sector: reflections Summer 2020

Start/End date: 
30/07/2020
Country: 
EU
City: 
Brussels

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The Coordination Group decided, in Autumn 2019, to create leadership groups to hold in-depth discuss and deliver orientations on priority topics.

The group led by ENEA and composed of INEC, ACR+, European Environmental Bureau and Ecopreneur has released its reflections on the circularity of the construction sector.

Conference on the Circular Economy and Rational Use of Raw Materials

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Following successful 2017 and 2018 editions, both in Krakow, MEERI-PAS and the WRMC organised a 3rd edition of this conference in Racławice from 2 to 3 July 2019 for more than 200 participants.

Green Deal on circular procurement in France

Start/End date: 
16/06/2020
Country: 
France
City: 
Paris
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The French National Institute for Circular Economy (INEC), the Great Paris Area (MGP) and the Responsible Procurement Observatory (OBSAR) launched the "Circular procurement" action-programme in December 2018. The programme aimed to bring together stakeholders to foster the circular economy in the purchase decision-making.

Learning Hub by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation

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The Ellen MacArthur Foundation invites everyone to discover the circular economy. You are free to explore their learning hub to learn more about the vision for a circular economy.

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