Join us at EU Regions Week 2023 to discuss circularity & industrial-urban symbiosis!
Published on 28.09.2023
On 9-12 October 2023, the annual European Week of Regions and Cities will be shining a light on the importance of local and regional-level involvement for coherent European governance. We invite you to join us at our session on industrial symbiosis and local-regional collaboration, organised in cooperation with Hubs4Circularity.
The Circular Cities and Regions Initiative’s (CCRI) session on ‘Boosting circularity and seeking industrial-urban symbiosis through local-regional collaboration’ will take place on 11 October 2023 at 16:30 – 17:30 CET, in the SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre.
Organised in conjunction with the Hubs4Circularity (H4C) initiative, it will present innovative circular solutions and provide information for cities and regions about the services on offer through both the CCRI and H4C initiatives.
The session will feature several speakers, including representatives of two CCRI Fellows and one H4C example. The full list of speakers and the agenda for the session can be found on our website.
Places for the session are limited, so make sure you secure your spot by registering here!
Meanwhile, the CCRI will also be hosting a stand presenting the initiative throughout the duration of EU Regions Week.
This stand will feature promotional materials, helping you to get a glimpse of what the CCRI Coordination and Support Office (CCRI-CSO) is doing to support local and regional circular economy initiatives.
More about the European Week of Regions and Cities:
The European Week of Regions and Cities – known as EU Regions Week for short – is an annual event in which cities and regions showcase their capacity to create growth and jobs, implement EU cohesion policy, and prove the importance of the local and regional level for good European governance.
The full programme and registration information is available on the EU Regions Week website.
large 500 000-200 000, medium 200 000-50 000, and small cities 50 000-5 000
large metropolitan area >1.5 million, metropolitan area 1.5 million-500 000
predominantly urban regions, intermediate and predominantly rural regions, refer to TERCET typology NUTS 3 region