How to facilitate Circular Economy Transition? Capitalization of cooperation experiences and tools - a webinar on 14 October by Veltha.
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In the framework of the Circular Economy Week, RREUSE and ENSIE are organising an event on “The Role of WISEs in circular economy” on 4 October 2022. Actors from various countries and background to exchange on the topic are being invited.
Local governments play an essential role in guiding their cities into circular action and overcoming the main barriers to change. But how exactly can cities lead the circular economy transition? One of the most important steps is developing a holistic and cohesive Circular City Strategy, one that provides information and direction to enable local stakeholders, both within and outside the municipality, to get involved and engage in the process.
In this third of a series of Circular City Centre (C3) webinars on 5 October 2022, representatives from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Circle Economy will present the third C3 guidance document on how cities can develop a circular city strategy.
The 20th edition of #EURegionsWeek under the motto New Challenges for Europe’s cohesion is approaching and registrations are now open! The online info session “Implementing circular systemic solutions in cities and regions” will take place on Wednesday 13 October, 12:30 – 13:30 CEST.
In October 2020 the European Commission launched Level(s), the new EU common language for assessing the sustainability performance of buildings.
At this year's European Week of Regions and Cities, the Commission will be running a special webinar to show how Level(s) can help the buildings sector contribute to EU climate and circularity objectives within cities and regions.
To be updated on the latest innovations in the field of circular economy, follow LOOPS live webinar series committed to giving voice to the Horizon 2020 projects offering avant-guard solutions to tackle climate change and foster sustainable development.
In every episode, one aspect of the circular economy is picked up and discussed with the valuable contribution of experts. In this episode on 26 September 2022, participants will plunge into the world of textiles and explore smart, circular and sustainable solutions.
Join this webinar on 19 September and find out how Danish, Belgian and Dutch companies are embracing digital and technological innovation to deliver on food waste prevention.
This event will be a chance to discuss good practices regarding the reduction of food waste, including how we can make the best use of innovative solutions and data in order to transform our food systems to ensure enhanced food security and sustainable business opportunities.
In a one-hour webinar on 27 September, EUFIC’s Research Lead, Dr Betty Chang, will present good practices for information-based campaigns to reduce food waste.
Aimplas has organised the C-SERVEES project webinar “Circular Economy in practice in the Electric and Electronic sector”, to be held on 14 September.
This webinar will focus on the technological, business, environmental and social viability of the new business models, which are being validated through demonstrations of washing machines, TV-sets, printers & toner cartridges and application lifecycle management systems.
Experts involved in the demonstrations of the business models will be walking participants through the main findings and progress made.
On 27 September 2022 Digital Circular Economy Lab organizes a webinar together with Cognizant on Artificial intelligence for a circular economy.
Mazovia Circular Congress is the closing day of Circular Week 2022 and will take place in Warsaw on 7 October 2022. This international hybrid event will involve the participation of small and large firms, start-ups, investors, representatives of public administrations and local governments, enterprises, managers dealing with sustainable development and corporate social responsibility, and the media.
From 12 to 14 September, the PREVENT Waste Alliance will share tried and tested solutions and successful circular economy approaches that can be scaled and adapted to other contexts or regions.
The EPA’s national Circular Economy Conference will be held at the Aviva Stadium on 22 September (from 9:30 to 17:00 Dublin time). The event will also be live-streamed via a web-based app.
14 October 2022 | International E-Waste Day: Recycle it all, no matter how small! This year, the main focus of International E-Waste Day will be on those small electrical devices that we no longer use, but keep in drawers and cupboards or often toss in the bin.
On 13 July 2022 at 12:00 - 16:00 CEST, the European Union and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) will host a workshop "Policies for Circular Product Design" in support of the G20 Resource Efficiency Dialogue (RED).
Speakers from around the world will share their analysis and business perspectives to explore how policy makers can support circular redesign of products to lower their environmental impact over their whole lifetime.
On 12 July 2022 at 12:00 - 16:00 CEST, the European Union, the Italian Ministry of Ecological Transition and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) will host a workshop on Moving to Circular Fashion in support of the G20 Resource Efficiency Dialogue (RED).
In this virtual event, speakers from business, government and collaborative initiatives will share their analysis and perspectives to explore which steps can economically support the fashion sector, whilst reducing its environmental and social impacts.
To celebrate Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day, 10 innovative projects by #CirCoAX30 will be presented to promote inclusiveness and empower these 10 businesses. The key role played by fashion and textile entrepreneurs in the green transition will be celebrated by sharing good practices and innovative solutions.
This webinar on 7 July aims at presenting a leaflet providing road transport SMEs with tips on how to start their decarbonisation journey by becoming more circular and sustainable. The leaflet was drafted jointly by SMEunited, its sectoral member UETR and the EU LIFE Programme. Participants enrolling for the webinar will receive a copy of the leaflet.
With the EU and Japan seeing the circular economy as a key tool for achieving resource efficiency and net-zero GHG emissions by 2050, this webinar on 23 June will build a bridge between the EU and Japan to share initiatives and strategies aimed at achieving circular economies. It will focus on the circular economy of strategic metals used to decarbonise energy and mobility and will address the opportunities for EU-Japan industrial and innovation cooperation.
This event is aimed at policymakers, researchers and industry figures and will identify the EU and Japanese policy instruments and industrial innovation methods that will nurture their circular economies for strategic metals and help the EU and Japan achieve the green transition.
As the Horizon 2020 research programme becomes Horizon Europe, what better time to witness how great ideas turned into real projects? LOOPS will be the opportunity to show what cutting-edge research has been produced, and which changes it can bring to our communities.
For those who are not familiar with it, LOOPS is a live webinar series committed to spotlighting innovation in the field of circular economy. The topic of this episode on 15 June will be photovoltaics.
The first Circular Bio-based Europe Joint Undertaking (CBE JU) Info Day will take place online on 7 June 2022.
Join the event to find out about the new CBE JU partnership and the 2022 call for proposals and build your network via the CBE JU platform.
This Policy Dialogue will take place on 7 June starting at 14:00 CEST. It will consider the importance of strategic resources, notably critical raw materials, for achieving the European Green Deal objectives, and the role for a circular economy in enabling access to those resources.
The Circular Cities and Regions Initiative (CCRI) will be holding an EU Green Week 2022 partner event on Wednesday 1 June at 15:00 - 16:00 CEST.
During the session, the CCRI-CSO will present the initiative to local authorities, decision makers, civil society and industry representatives. In addition, there will be contributions from the CCRI Associated Partners who are crucial in supporting cities in this transition. These organisations have and generate relevant knowledge regarding the application of Circular Systemic Solutions, making them vital when it comes to reaching out and bringing together cities and regions.