The transition to the circular economy needs collaboration.
That’s why the first German festival on the circular economy is an open social innovation event, calling on all relevant actors to pool their efforts to speed up the transition. For a societal endeavour of this scale, stakeholders from civil society, academia, policy making, industry and more need to be actively engaged.
The Circular Futures Festival aims to spur on stakeholders and serve as a platform for open social innovation. More than 60 ideas for sessions have been submitted. The festival is jointly organised by the Collaborating Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP) together with Project Together, Circular Economy Initiative Germany, the Technical University Munich and Circular Munich.
Join them on 7 and 8 October 2021 for speaker circles, maker spaces, learning labs, panel discussions and more. On 7 October, join Michael Kuhndt, CSCP Executive Director, for a panel discussion on “Germany’s next steps towards a circular economy – How do we shape the path together?”
The festival seeks to give all participants a space to connect, learn and engage with other stakeholders committed to closing the loops and promoting circular innovation.
For a detailed programme, please visit the Circular Futures Festival website. Please register using this link. For further questions, please contact Thomas Wagner. Most of the event will be in German, with a few sessions held in English.