Dat was de Week van de Circulaire Economie. Tot volgend jaar!

TIME TO ACT: THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY ACTION AGENDA

Leaders from business, government and civil society set out the bold action needed to create a circular economy. With Ellen MacArthur and Stientje van Veldhoven.

Leaders from business, government and civil society set out the bold action needed to create a circular economy.

Join the conversation: #CEActionAgenda

Use of resources has tripled since 1970, and could double again by 2050 if we continue business as usual. We must urgently work to create a circular economy where waste and pollution are designed out, products and materials are kept in use, and natural systems are regenerated – leading to a more resilient economy.

This webinar will bring together leaders from business, government and civil society to launch the Circular Economy Action Agenda. Developed collectively by more than 200 experts from 100 organizations, the Action Agenda is a rallying call to accelerate the transition to a circular economy – and to a better future for people and nature. The five reports focus on plastics, textiles, electronics, food, and capital equipment.

This landmark event will set the scene for the year to come and provide a key moment in the lead-up to the World Circular Economy Forum+ Climate in April.

Join the webinar to discover:

  • How a circular economy can contribute to tackling the climate crisis while promoting economic wellbeing, protecting human health and biodiversity, and creating decent work.
  • Where businesses, governments and civil society organizations can start – and what is needed for a better and faster transition.

Speakers Include:
Andrew Steer, President and CEO, WRI
Ellen MacArthur, Founder, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Frans van Houten, CEO, Philips
Jyrki Katainen, President, Sitra
David McGinty, Global Director, PACE
Carolina Schmidt, Minister of the Environment, Chile
Inger Andersen, Executive Director of the UN Environment Program
Stientje van Veldhoven, Minister of the Environment and Housing, Netherlands
Naoko Ishii, Director, Center for Global Commons, University of Tokyo