Cities and regions play a fundamental role in the transition from a linear to a circular economy. They are responsible for crucial policies on local public services such as transport, solid waste, water and energy that affect citizens’ well-being, economic growth and environmental quality. Although there is a well-established body of literature on measuring the circular economy and its implications, most monitoring frameworks focus on measuring materials and waste production. The multi-dimensional aspect of the circular economy means that we need to identify new targets and indicators.

ACR+ is organising the first #EUCircularTalk on 17 November as a coordinator of the ECESP leadership group on Cities and Regions. The event will be focusing on the topic of monitoring circular economy actions at local and regional level to decrease EU carbon footprint and reduce the risks linked to climate change.

Register here.


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