The World Circular Economy forum will take place the 29th and 30th of September in a special virtual edition
Business leaders, policy makers and leading experts will gather to discuss the main contribution of circular solutions to the economic recovery
Which are the most innovative circular economy solutions in the world? With the aim to reply this question business leaders, policy makers and leading experts will gather in the World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF), that will be showcased between the 29th and 30th of September in a special virtual edition. The event will dive into why and how a circular economy plan can help to reboot and build resilience in the global economy.
Due to the pandemic that is affecting the world during this year, its economy will need a significant recovery, and the sustainable and circular solutions that initiatives such as NAIMA Project are developing will be essential in order to achieve this goal.
NAIMA Project, a European initiative backed by the Horizon 2020 Programme, main objective is the development of Sodium-ion battery cells, a vision totally in line with these sustainable values and the growth of an environmentally friendly world. That is why, the awareness and relevance of this kind of events and keeping updated to the latest developments of the circular economy are considered important.
To present the main solutions related to this area, WCEF will have a programme divided in six sessions with keynote speeches, panel discussions and networking opportunities that will be carried out the two days of the forum. In addition, independent organisers can arrange side events between the 1st of September and the 31st of December. These events can be organised virtually or in a local, depending on the possible restrictions in the place of the event.
All the information about this programme can be found in the website of the World Circular Economy Forum, where the participants can also register to access to the online two-days event.
Join us in this perfect occasion to discover the most relevant solutions related to the circular economy that are being tested in the world.