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This Circular Economy Club event will expand your knowledge around what circularity really means and the circular initiatives taking place globally. It is also an opportunity to socialise with other circular economy professionals and brainstorm future projects.
After the screening, there will be a networking session for you to interact with circular economy enthusiasts across different sectors and types of organizations.
At the end of the screening, you will get a clear idea of the state of the circular economy and will have clear examples to help you explain the circular framework to others. You will also have the chance to learn about what other peers are doing worldwide.
Who is the event for?
- Architects, Designers, Engineers and Makers
- Established companies and Start-ups in the energy sector, agriculture, construction, textiles/fashion, electronics, renewable energies, etc
- Consultants, Business leaders and Strategists
- Education professionals and Researchers
- NGOs and professional associations
- Supporters of the circular economy
Note: CEC York reserves the right to take photos during the event and upload them on CEC website to be used as promotion for this and further CEC events. And CEC reserves the right to use your email address to contact you about the screening and future activities.
Registration details: Register via Eventbrite
Dress code: casual
Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
Richard James MacCowan, Katie Thomas and Mike Bonsall.
Learn more at www.CircularEconomyClub.com/groups/circular-economy-club-cec-york/
About the venue:
We are incredibly grateful to be hosted by One Planet York & City of York Council at their amazing refurbished offices in central York, only 5 minutes walk from York Railway Station.
What is One Planet York?
Typically in the UK, we are using the resources of three planets when we only have one. One Planet York is an emerging network of organisations working towards a more sustainable, resilient and collaborative ‘One Planet’ future.
One Planet York aims to raise awareness about work already underway, foster greater collaboration, raise aspirations and encourage even more people to get involved.
You can find out more by visiting www.york.gov.uk/oneplanetyork
Organisations can show their support for the vision of ‘a Sustainable, resilient and collaborative One Planet city’ by visiting our pledging portal at www.york.gov.uk/oneplanetyork
About the Circular Economy Club (CEC): CEC is the international network of over 3,500 circular economy professionals and organisations in over 100 countries. CEC is global and open. Anyone can join for free online. The network gathers architects, engineers, business leaders, researchers and makers that are resetting the world standards.