The Netherlands towards global Circular Hotspot

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We are moving at an amazing speed. The wheels are set into motion to make Netherlands into a global circular hotspot by the year 2016. The Netherlands Circular Hotspot Program (NLCH) was officially launched on July 8, by Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme. 25 leading organisations signed for their ambassadorship and thereby officially announced their ambition to position the Netherlands as circular hotspot. Netherlands Circular Hotspot - what is it and why do it? The Netherlands Circular Hotspot is an ambitious program initiated by Circle Economy, INSID, SER (Social Economic Council) and Delta Development to position The Netherlands both nationally and internationally as a circular hotspot and claim this position during the Dutch presidency of the European Union in 2016. The program consists of several trajectories. One is to organise, support and shape (the creation of) a vision of the circular future. This vision is based on discussions with decision makers, industry- and sector leaders, representatives from Y and Z generations and thought leaders, both from The Netherlands and abroad. The vision could serve as a guideline for companies and governments in their decision making on circular issues. The best practices and exemplary projects will be used to inspire businesses, politicians, the media and the public via an exhibition and a documentary. Journalist and business people are invited to visit The Netherlands during an organized journalist and trade mission on Dutch Circular projects. NLCH’s objective is to internationally underpin the leading position of the innovative Dutch region when it comes to circularity and inspire others to follow on the same circular path. By doing so we fuel the global transition towards a circular economy, creating and seizing new business opportunities while doing so. The NLCH program is powered by: Accenture, Akzo Nobel, Allen & Overy, Alliander, Black Bear Carbon, Delta Development Group, Deltares, Desko, DSM, FrieslandCampina, City of Amsterdam, Inashco, Interface, KPMG, PGGM, Philips, Port of Rotterdam, Powered by Meaning, Rabobank, Rockwool, Royal Haskoning DHV, Schiphol, Siemens, UvW, Van Gansewinkel

August 17, 2015

The Netherlands towards global Circular Hotspot

We are moving at an amazing speed. The wheels are set into motion to make Netherlands into a global circular hotspot by the year 2016. The Netherlands Circular Hotspot Program (NLCH) was officially launched on July 8, by Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme. 25 leading organisations signed for their ambassadorship and thereby officially announced their ambition to position the Netherlands as circular hotspot.

We are moving at an amazing speed. The wheels are set into motion to make Netherlands into a global circular hotspot by the year 2016. The Netherlands Circular Hotspot Program (NLCH) was officially launched on July 8, by Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme. 25 leading organisations signed for their ambassadorship and thereby officially announced their ambition to position the Netherlands as circular hotspot. Netherlands Circular Hotspot - what is it and why do it? The Netherlands Circular Hotspot is an ambitious program initiated by Circle Economy, INSID, SER (Social Economic Council) and Delta Development to position The Netherlands both nationally and internationally as a circular hotspot and claim this position during the Dutch presidency of the European Union in 2016. The program consists of several trajectories. One is to organise, support and shape (the creation of) a vision of the circular future. This vision is based on discussions with decision makers, industry- and sector leaders, representatives from Y and Z generations and thought leaders, both from The Netherlands and abroad. The vision could serve as a guideline for companies and governments in their decision making on circular issues. The best practices and exemplary projects will be used to inspire businesses, politicians, the media and the public via an exhibition and a documentary. Journalist and business people are invited to visit The Netherlands during an organized journalist and trade mission on Dutch Circular projects. NLCH’s objective is to internationally underpin the leading position of the innovative Dutch region when it comes to circularity and inspire others to follow on the same circular path. By doing so we fuel the global transition towards a circular economy, creating and seizing new business opportunities while doing so. The NLCH program is powered by: Accenture, Akzo Nobel, Allen & Overy, Alliander, Black Bear Carbon, Delta Development Group, Deltares, Desko, DSM, FrieslandCampina, City of Amsterdam, Inashco, Interface, KPMG, PGGM, Philips, Port of Rotterdam, Powered by Meaning, Rabobank, Rockwool, Royal Haskoning DHV, Schiphol, Siemens, UvW, Van Gansewinkel

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The Netherlands towards global Circular Hotspot

The Netherlands towards global Circular Hotspot

We are moving at an amazing speed. The wheels are set into motion to make Netherlands into a global circular hotspot by the year 2016. The Netherlands Circular Hotspot Program (NLCH) was officially launched on July 8, by Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme. 25 leading organisations signed for their ambassadorship and thereby officially announced their ambition to position the Netherlands as circular hotspot. Netherlands Circular Hotspot - what is it and why do it? The Netherlands Circular Hotspot is an ambitious program initiated by Circle Economy, INSID, SER (Social Economic Council) and Delta Development to position The Netherlands both nationally and internationally as a circular hotspot and claim this position during the Dutch presidency of the European Union in 2016. The program consists of several trajectories. One is to organise, support and shape (the creation of) a vision of the circular future. This vision is based on discussions with decision makers, industry- and sector leaders, representatives from Y and Z generations and thought leaders, both from The Netherlands and abroad. The vision could serve as a guideline for companies and governments in their decision making on circular issues. The best practices and exemplary projects will be used to inspire businesses, politicians, the media and the public via an exhibition and a documentary. Journalist and business people are invited to visit The Netherlands during an organized journalist and trade mission on Dutch Circular projects. NLCH’s objective is to internationally underpin the leading position of the innovative Dutch region when it comes to circularity and inspire others to follow on the same circular path. By doing so we fuel the global transition towards a circular economy, creating and seizing new business opportunities while doing so. The NLCH program is powered by: Accenture, Akzo Nobel, Allen & Overy, Alliander, Black Bear Carbon, Delta Development Group, Deltares, Desko, DSM, FrieslandCampina, City of Amsterdam, Inashco, Interface, KPMG, PGGM, Philips, Port of Rotterdam, Powered by Meaning, Rabobank, Rockwool, Royal Haskoning DHV, Schiphol, Siemens, UvW, Van Gansewinkel

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We are moving at an amazing speed. The wheels are set into motion to make Netherlands into a global circular hotspot by the year 2016. The Netherlands Circular Hotspot Program (NLCH) was officially launched on July 8, by Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme. 25 leading organisations signed for their ambassadorship and thereby officially announced their ambition to position the Netherlands as circular hotspot. Netherlands Circular Hotspot - what is it and why do it? The Netherlands Circular Hotspot is an ambitious program initiated by Circle Economy, INSID, SER (Social Economic Council) and Delta Development to position The Netherlands both nationally and internationally as a circular hotspot and claim this position during the Dutch presidency of the European Union in 2016. The program consists of several trajectories. One is to organise, support and shape (the creation of) a vision of the circular future. This vision is based on discussions with decision makers, industry- and sector leaders, representatives from Y and Z generations and thought leaders, both from The Netherlands and abroad. The vision could serve as a guideline for companies and governments in their decision making on circular issues. The best practices and exemplary projects will be used to inspire businesses, politicians, the media and the public via an exhibition and a documentary. Journalist and business people are invited to visit The Netherlands during an organized journalist and trade mission on Dutch Circular projects. NLCH’s objective is to internationally underpin the leading position of the innovative Dutch region when it comes to circularity and inspire others to follow on the same circular path. By doing so we fuel the global transition towards a circular economy, creating and seizing new business opportunities while doing so. The NLCH program is powered by: Accenture, Akzo Nobel, Allen & Overy, Alliander, Black Bear Carbon, Delta Development Group, Deltares, Desko, DSM, FrieslandCampina, City of Amsterdam, Inashco, Interface, KPMG, PGGM, Philips, Port of Rotterdam, Powered by Meaning, Rabobank, Rockwool, Royal Haskoning DHV, Schiphol, Siemens, UvW, Van Gansewinkel

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We are moving at an amazing speed. The wheels are set into motion to make Netherlands into a global circular hotspot by the year 2016. The Netherlands Circular Hotspot Program (NLCH) was officially launched on July 8, by Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme. 25 leading organisations signed for their ambassadorship and thereby officially announced their ambition to position the Netherlands as circular hotspot. Netherlands Circular Hotspot - what is it and why do it? The Netherlands Circular Hotspot is an ambitious program initiated by Circle Economy, INSID, SER (Social Economic Council) and Delta Development to position The Netherlands both nationally and internationally as a circular hotspot and claim this position during the Dutch presidency of the European Union in 2016. The program consists of several trajectories. One is to organise, support and shape (the creation of) a vision of the circular future. This vision is based on discussions with decision makers, industry- and sector leaders, representatives from Y and Z generations and thought leaders, both from The Netherlands and abroad. The vision could serve as a guideline for companies and governments in their decision making on circular issues. The best practices and exemplary projects will be used to inspire businesses, politicians, the media and the public via an exhibition and a documentary. Journalist and business people are invited to visit The Netherlands during an organized journalist and trade mission on Dutch Circular projects. NLCH’s objective is to internationally underpin the leading position of the innovative Dutch region when it comes to circularity and inspire others to follow on the same circular path. By doing so we fuel the global transition towards a circular economy, creating and seizing new business opportunities while doing so. The NLCH program is powered by: Accenture, Akzo Nobel, Allen & Overy, Alliander, Black Bear Carbon, Delta Development Group, Deltares, Desko, DSM, FrieslandCampina, City of Amsterdam, Inashco, Interface, KPMG, PGGM, Philips, Port of Rotterdam, Powered by Meaning, Rabobank, Rockwool, Royal Haskoning DHV, Schiphol, Siemens, UvW, Van Gansewinkel

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