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Inside the Circular Economy

Updated on 24.01.2023

This learning programme covers a different topic linked to the circular economy each week. Topics discussed range from food, policy and design, to finance, plastics and fashion. Participants are given a weekly challenge to complete and have the chance to debate and engage with each other. The programme is free and anyone can take part.

 

Organiser:

Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Type: e-Learning

Relevance for Circular Systemic Solutions

The programme includes:
 

  • webinars led by the Foundation’s experts and guest speakers,
  • interactive challenges,
  • peer-to-peer learning,
  • networking sessions,
  • access to resources,
  • weekly reflection sessions.
     

It presents a good opportunity to learn the basics of the circular economy from experts and network with different practitioners in the circular economy field across the globe.

More information

It usually takes place once a year. The exact dates for the application period and the programme itself are published here: https://ellenmacarthurfoundation.org/inside-the-circular-economy
 

Those interested in participating can also register their interest and be notified when applications for the programme next open.

 

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