CIRCULÉIRE’s Programme Manager invited to participate in launch of OECD Synthesis Report on The Circular Economy in Cities and Regions – 4th November 2020
The OECD Programme on the Circular Economy in Cities and Regions supports cities and regions in their transition towards a circular economy through multi-level dialogues to identify challenges and opportunities; peer-to-peer learning and key indicators for decision making and evaluation of the circular economy strategies.
Following a global survey and stakeholder dialogues in a range of case study cities and regions, on Wednesday 4th November, at a side event of the 2020 Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference organised by the European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform, the OECD will launch its’ synthesis report on “The Circular Economy in Cities and Regions” which includes a case study on Ireland.
Dr Geraldine Brennan, IMR’s Circular Economy Lead has been invited to participate in a roundtable of innovators from the Case Studies of the OECD Programme on the Circular Economy in Cities and Regions at this virtual launch event.
By attending this event, you can:
- Learn about circular economy initiatives and practices from 51 cities and regions that completed the OECD Survey on the Circular Economy in Cities and Regions
- Discover the path to a circular economy via the Case Studies carried out in inGroningen (Netherlands), Umeå (Sweden), Valladolid (Spain), and continuing inGranada (Spain), Glasgow (UnitedKingdom) and Ireland
- Discover the checklist for Action and the OECD Scoreboard on the Governance of the Circular Economy in Cities and Regions