Cities going Circular. Webinar 1online | 25th of June 2020
Are you wondering what the real benefits are of a circular economy? Do you know what the required steps are for circular economy implementation in various settings? Or which tools are available to track circular practices in different environments?
The Consulate-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Toronto and Canada Circular Hotspot have created a 5-part webinar series called “Making the Circular Economy Real” with topics ranging from Urban Centers, Buildings and Construction, Food, Circular Procurement and Plastic Packaging.
The first webinar will take place on June 25, 2020, at 1:00 –2:00 PM(EST)
This first webinar, themed “Cities going Circular” will focus on urban centers and how they apply circular concepts to their systems, services and solutions. We will hear from Circle Economy in the Netherlands and the City of Toronto. Four Dutch and Canadian professionals tell us why they think circular practices are crucial to the prosperity of cities and how staged approaches and technological tools help facilitate the transition from a linear to circular economy.
What will you learn:
- the benefits of a circular economy
- how the circular economy can be implemented in municipalities
- the various required steps/stages for circular economy implementation in municipalities
- the different tools available to design and track circular practices in municipalities.
- Matthew Fraser, Senior Project Manager Cities Programme, Circle Economy
- Meaghan Davis, Acting Manager Circular Economy and Innovation unit, City of Toronto
- Colin Isaacs, Executive Director of Canada Circular Hotspot
- Paul van der Werf, Ph.D. Senior Consultant, AET and 2cg
Participation is free of charge, registration and more information can be found here
If for whatever reason you cannot attend the live discussion on June 25, please register and we will send you a link so that you can watch the webinar at your choice of time on a day subsequent to June 25.
If you have any questions please contact Marjan Lahuis via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 416-659-6844.