World Circular Economy Forum heads to Brussels in Spring 2024
June 08, 2023
The World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF), renowned as one of the world’s most influential events on the circular economy, is set to make its mark in Brussels, Belgium, during the spring of 2024. This highly anticipated conference will gather global leaders, policymakers, and changemakers to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable and circular future.
Building on the success of WCEF2023, which attracted over 1,800 circular economy leaders from government, business, finance, research, and civil society in Helsinki, Finland, the forthcoming WCEF2024 promises to be even more impactful. With an additional 5,000 participants engaging online, the event transcended geographical boundaries, fostering a truly global conversation on circularity.
WCEF2024 to Foster Global Collaborations and Drive Circular Economy Innovation in Brussels
In an exciting announcement at WCEF2023, it was disclosed that it intends to enhance its partnerships with esteemed collaborators. These alliances include the International Resource Panel (IRP), a globally recognized science-policy platform established by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP); Circle Economy, a prominent organization at the forefront of driving global impact; and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), a UN agency committed to sustainable development and eradicating poverty.
WCEF2024 will unveil the dates and topics of the Forum in due course, inviting participants to explore cutting-edge insights, share best practices, and forge meaningful connections with international experts and practitioners. As Brussels becomes the nexus for circular economy innovation, attendees can expect a vibrant program that inspires and propels transformative change.