CIRCULAR ECONOMY MAPPING WEEK, BY CEC

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The Circular Economy Club (CEC) is the non-profit international network of over 2,600 circular economy professionals and organisations in over 60 countries. The CEC is headquartered in London, ran voluntarily, open to all and free to join via this online form.

The Circular Economy Mapping Week will take place from the 5-11 February 2018. During this week, volunteer organisers all over the world will set up group sessions to map the circular initiatives in their cities. The mapping will be done collaboratively in 3hour-workshops for 20-30 people in over 35 cities.

 

Why is this useful and who will benefit? One of the challenges in implementing the circular economy framework is understanding what circularity means in practice,  what is already working and what is not. The Mapping Week helps solve this challenge by gathering as many circular initiatives as possible in an open online directory.

Researchers will have hundreds of examples to analyse; teachers will have plenty of case studies to use for their classes; students will be able to browse and learn from what is being done; businesses will find sustainable alternatives to solve some of their challenges they face when trying to become more environmentally friendly; startups will be able to understand whether their ideas have a market and are working already somewhere else; governments will have a clear outlook of what is being done in their regions when deciding what needs public support; investors will find projects they can back and help grow.

The Mapping Week has two objectives:m

  1. To bring together circular enthusiasts to discuss and learn about the latest circular initiatives happening in their cities; and
  2. To map out circular initiatives taking place globally and make this information available online and free for all.

If we all map our cities, together we can map the world. The Mapping Week will help us all understand what is currently being done, what works and what else needs to be implemented to grow the circular framework. You can play an important part in this challenge.

IN COLLABORATION WITH

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For collaboration opportunities or further enquiries please email us at info@CircularEconomyClub.com.

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If you are a circular enthusiast with an interest on attending a collaborative session to map circular initiatives taking place in your city. If you would like to participate in a global week and see an online directory of circular initiatives worldwide. This is your chance to join!

1. Find your city in the list below

2. Once you find it, REGISTER to save your place in a mapping session

3. If you are unable to find your city, consider participating online (digital form coming soon)

For further enquiries write to info@CircularEconomyClub.com

EUROPE

AUSTRIA – Vienna

BELGIUM – Brussels

DENMARK – Copenhagen

FINLAND – Turku

FRANCE – Lille

GEORGIA – Tbilisi

GERMANY – Berlin

GERMANY – Frankfurt

GERMANY – Hamburg

GERMANY – Munich

GERMANY – Wuppertal

IRELAND – Dublin

LUXEMBOURG –  Luxembourg

NETHERLANDS – Amsterdam

SLOVENIA – Ljubljana

SPAIN – Barcelona

SPAIN – Madrid

SPAIN – Valencia

SPAIN – Vallès Occidental

POLAND – Warsaw

PORTUGAL – Lisbon

PORTUGAL – Porto

ROMANIA – Sfantu Gheorghe

SERBIA – Belgrade

SWEDEN – Bräcke

SWEDEN – Föllinge

SWEDEN – Järpen

SWEDEN – Malmö

SWEDEN – Östersund

SWEDEN – Ragunda

SWEDEN – Stockholm

SWEDEN – Strömsund

SWEDEN – Umeå

SWITZERLAND – Bern

UK – Birmingham

UK – Brighton & Hove

UK – Edinburgh

UK – Inverness

UK – Manchester

UK – London

UK – Glasgow

UK – Teeside

UK – Peterborough

UK – Southampton

UK – Yorkshire

Organisers are local volunteers & change makers who wish to build a community of circular economy professionals and enthusiasts in their cities. As a Mapping Session organiser you will be the visible face that brings the CEC Mapping Week to life in your city. Application closed on 15th of January 2018.

1. Organizers are holders of the CEC License

2. Organizers can check the Step-by-Step GUIDE on how to run a mapping session

3. If you missed the application date, consider running future CEC activities via the CEC Organizers program