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World Circular Economy Forum

 World Circular Economy Forum - Κεντρική Εικόνα
Event Date: 
Monday, 16 November, 2020 - 13:00
Sector of activity: 
Blue Economy
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The Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME) organises three side events during the World Circular Economy Forum online:

-  Innovative Projects for A Sustainable Blue Economy on 16 November 2020. In addition, EASME co-organises with the EIT Climate-KIC the side event:Directorate General for Maritime and Fisheries Affairs (DG MARE) and EASME are organising a side event on innovative projects for a sustainable economy. If you would like to know more about the links between blue economy and circular economy, if you are interested in these topics, then you are most welcome to attend the WCEF side event Innovative Projects for a Sustainable Blue Economy. 

Check the agenda here and registration here.

• Water-Smart Economy to enable circularity and support recovery plan on 18 November 2020; 10:15-12:00 CETAre you an innovator, a policymaker, an investor, or a representative of a public authority? Interested in water and circular economy? Then “Water-Smart Economy to enable circularity and support recovery plan” is the event tailor-made for you! Check the agenda and register by the 15th of November.

• Circular economy research & innovation: how can we scale impact for a green recovery? on 1 December 2020. 

This side event is co-organised by EASME and the EIT Climate-KIC.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light the fragile nature of our current linear economies, and the systemic challenges our societies face. But how can this be an opportunity to build a green and sustainable recovery that will lead to climate neutrality?
Organised by EIT Climate-KIC and EASME, this event will explore how the efficient design and funding of circular economy research & innovation can support nations all over the world with their economic recovery plans. Bringing together a global community, the session will offer an excellent opportunity for learning and best practice sharing, and increase cooperation for a circular economy transition. The event will, among others, present the final results of the EU Horizon 2020 CICERONE project dedicated to circular economy programming and funding.

For additional information and registration please refer to the event page on the Climate-KIC website.