The European Investment Bank has created a document outlining 15 steps that can be taken by Cities to implement a circular economy.
The 15 circular steps for cities are as follows:
1. Characterise and analyse local context and resource …
To celebrate the launch of two pivotal public consultations on the circular economy, The Rediscovery Centre is launching the #CircleofInfluence campaign.
The Rediscovery Centre, Ireland’s National Centre for the Circular Economy, has welcomed the Irish Government’s publication of its draft…Read More
One third of all waste produced within the EU comes from construction and demolition (C&D) activity. 6.2 million tonnes of C&D waste was produced in 2018 alone. C&D waste, when managed properly can have significant benefits in terms of …Read More
At the World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF), which occurred on April 15th and 16th out of Finland, UN Climate Change Executive, Patricia Espinosa, stressed the importance of countries adopting circular economies to achieve climate neutrality. A shift towards a circular …Read More
Over 950 businesses have already signed up for Circulytics, the most comprehensive tool for measuring your business’ circular economy performance. A Circulytics assessment will give vital insights into how businesses can move towards more circular practices to reach their Sustainable …Read More
In September 2020, the Irish government published the Waste Action Plan for a Circular Economy. Now, Ireland’s Waste Regions are turning that policy into meaningful action with the National Waste Management Plan for a Circular Economy.
The pre-draft of this …Read More
Sign up for the EPA/IIEA Webinar – Circularity to Restore the Earth – taking place on Thursday 22nd April 2021.
Speaking on the webinar will be Inger Andersen (Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Director of the United Nations …Read More