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The Circular Economy Show

Updated on 24.01.2023

A discussion of developments in moving from linear take-make-waste economy to a circular economy, providing insights into the status of solutions and innovations in this area. Each episode hosts different experts from industry, government and academia to discuss developments in the circular economy.

Organiser:

Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Type: e-Learning

Relevance for Circular Systemic Solutions

The Circular Economy Show covers a variety of topics, including climate change, learnings from COVID-19, opportunities for better growth, financing the circular economy, and biodiversity. Past episodes have also discussed such topics as measuring circular economy progress in cities and how cities can lead the transition to a circular economy.

The series is educational and inspirational. It provides an opportunity to learn and catch up with overall circular economy developments across value chains and sectors.

More information

Episodes are streamed monthly. Visit the website to watch back the episodes online.

Target audience

Academia and research

Business

e.g. B2B services

Circular/industrial cluster

Citizens

e.g. households, aware consumers, representatives of influential groups, trainers and educators

Civil society

e.g. NGOs, citizens associations

Education actors

Global/international/EU/national/regional/provincial/local initiatives

Industries

e.g. chemicals, textile, ceramics, glass, cement, steel, bio-based industries

Municipal/city/local authorities

National authorities

Other European institutions

Provincial authorities

Regional authorities

Start-ups

Topic

Agriculture

Batteries and vehicles

CEAP2 key product value chain

Bioeconomy

including bio-based economy

Business

e.g. B2B services

Construction and buildings

built environment, CEAP2 key product value chain

Culture and events

Digital economy

digital tools facilitating CE transition

Electronics and ICT

CEAP2 key product value chain

Fisheries

Food (chain/systems)

CEAP2 key product value chain

Government and public administration

Industry

e.g. chemicals, cosmetics, bio-based industries

Land use and spatial planning

e.g. re-use of public spaces and facilities in urban areas

Logistics

Manufacturing

e.g. electrical engineering, furniture and interior, textile and fashion

Nutrients

CEAP2 key product value chain

Plastics

Services

e.g. healthcare

Social community

Textile

CEAP2 key product value chain

Tourism

Transport and mobility

Waste management

Water

CEAP2 key product value chain

Wholesale and retail trade

Language

English