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The Transformation to a Circular Economy Caught between Ambitions and Realities

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The Transformation to a Circular Economy Caught between Ambitions and Realities

The textile example

Event
Date
16. November 2021, 16:00pm
Location
online
Speaker
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Europa its on its way towards a circular economy and has set itself an extremely ambitious plan to this end in the form of the Circular Economy Action Plan; among other things, non-recyclable residual waste is to be halved by 2030. But how is it being put into practice? And what does it take to gain more speed here – for example in the textile sector, which is virtually exemplary for the linear thinking of a throwaway culture.

This event is part of the "Knowledge for Change" series of events celebrating Ecornet's 10th anniversary.

Ten years ago, leading independent institutes of environmental and sustainability research in Germany joined forces to form the Ecological Research Network (Ecornet) in order to bring their combined knowledge to bear on the scientific landscape and society. With their practice-oriented, transdisciplinary research, the Ecornet institutes have been accompanying – and actively shaping – socio-ecological change for decades.

Contact

Roy Schwichtenberg (Ecornet Office)

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