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On Friday 28 May 2015, Circle Economy’s senior circular developer Marc de Wit delivered a key note speech to an international crowd during the Circular Europe Network (ACR+) conference in Budapest. The focus of his speech was on the need for cities to move towards circular systems and Circle Economy’s work on urban metabolism diagnosis (Circle City Scan). The speech was followed by group discussions on which indicators are the most relevant when talking about circular economy and public authorities, and the most feasible for a direct implementation at regional and local levels.ACR+ is an international network of cities and regions who share the aim of promoting smart resource consumption and sustainable management of municipal waste through prevention at source, reuse and recycling. Attendees included European regional and local politicians, scientists and representatives from private sector organisations.Antoinette Guhl (Deputy-Mayor of Paris city council in charge of circular economy) highlighted and explained Paris' sustainability top priorities: sustainable building and food waste. Clare Ollerenshaw, from the London Waste and Recycling Board explained that these two focus points are also part of London's route map towards circular economy. Dr. Márton Herczeg shared in his key note speech the work of the Copenhagen Resource Institute on resource and climate indicators.

June 3, 2015

Sharing circular city approaches

On Friday 28 May Circle Economy's Marc de Wit delivered a key note on the need for cities to move towards circular systems and Circle Economy’s work on urban metabolism diagnosis (Circle City Scan).

On Friday 28 May 2015, Circle Economy’s senior circular developer Marc de Wit delivered a key note speech to an international crowd during the Circular Europe Network (ACR+) conference in Budapest. The focus of his speech was on the need for cities to move towards circular systems and Circle Economy’s work on urban metabolism diagnosis (Circle City Scan). The speech was followed by group discussions on which indicators are the most relevant when talking about circular economy and public authorities, and the most feasible for a direct implementation at regional and local levels.ACR+ is an international network of cities and regions who share the aim of promoting smart resource consumption and sustainable management of municipal waste through prevention at source, reuse and recycling. Attendees included European regional and local politicians, scientists and representatives from private sector organisations.Antoinette Guhl (Deputy-Mayor of Paris city council in charge of circular economy) highlighted and explained Paris' sustainability top priorities: sustainable building and food waste. Clare Ollerenshaw, from the London Waste and Recycling Board explained that these two focus points are also part of London's route map towards circular economy. Dr. Márton Herczeg shared in his key note speech the work of the Copenhagen Resource Institute on resource and climate indicators.

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December 5, 2019

Sharing circular city approaches

Sharing circular city approaches

On Friday 28 May 2015, Circle Economy’s senior circular developer Marc de Wit delivered a key note speech to an international crowd during the Circular Europe Network (ACR+) conference in Budapest. The focus of his speech was on the need for cities to move towards circular systems and Circle Economy’s work on urban metabolism diagnosis (Circle City Scan). The speech was followed by group discussions on which indicators are the most relevant when talking about circular economy and public authorities, and the most feasible for a direct implementation at regional and local levels.ACR+ is an international network of cities and regions who share the aim of promoting smart resource consumption and sustainable management of municipal waste through prevention at source, reuse and recycling. Attendees included European regional and local politicians, scientists and representatives from private sector organisations.Antoinette Guhl (Deputy-Mayor of Paris city council in charge of circular economy) highlighted and explained Paris' sustainability top priorities: sustainable building and food waste. Clare Ollerenshaw, from the London Waste and Recycling Board explained that these two focus points are also part of London's route map towards circular economy. Dr. Márton Herczeg shared in his key note speech the work of the Copenhagen Resource Institute on resource and climate indicators.

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On Friday 28 May 2015, Circle Economy’s senior circular developer Marc de Wit delivered a key note speech to an international crowd during the Circular Europe Network (ACR+) conference in Budapest. The focus of his speech was on the need for cities to move towards circular systems and Circle Economy’s work on urban metabolism diagnosis (Circle City Scan). The speech was followed by group discussions on which indicators are the most relevant when talking about circular economy and public authorities, and the most feasible for a direct implementation at regional and local levels.ACR+ is an international network of cities and regions who share the aim of promoting smart resource consumption and sustainable management of municipal waste through prevention at source, reuse and recycling. Attendees included European regional and local politicians, scientists and representatives from private sector organisations.Antoinette Guhl (Deputy-Mayor of Paris city council in charge of circular economy) highlighted and explained Paris' sustainability top priorities: sustainable building and food waste. Clare Ollerenshaw, from the London Waste and Recycling Board explained that these two focus points are also part of London's route map towards circular economy. Dr. Márton Herczeg shared in his key note speech the work of the Copenhagen Resource Institute on resource and climate indicators.

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On Friday 28 May 2015, Circle Economy’s senior circular developer Marc de Wit delivered a key note speech to an international crowd during the Circular Europe Network (ACR+) conference in Budapest. The focus of his speech was on the need for cities to move towards circular systems and Circle Economy’s work on urban metabolism diagnosis (Circle City Scan). The speech was followed by group discussions on which indicators are the most relevant when talking about circular economy and public authorities, and the most feasible for a direct implementation at regional and local levels.ACR+ is an international network of cities and regions who share the aim of promoting smart resource consumption and sustainable management of municipal waste through prevention at source, reuse and recycling. Attendees included European regional and local politicians, scientists and representatives from private sector organisations.Antoinette Guhl (Deputy-Mayor of Paris city council in charge of circular economy) highlighted and explained Paris' sustainability top priorities: sustainable building and food waste. Clare Ollerenshaw, from the London Waste and Recycling Board explained that these two focus points are also part of London's route map towards circular economy. Dr. Márton Herczeg shared in his key note speech the work of the Copenhagen Resource Institute on resource and climate indicators.

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