Climate and biodiversity crises: a new role for the Circular Economy in the next European Green Deal

27 Jun 2023

Join the IEEP-organised event on Tuesday 27 June 2023 at 14:30-15:30 CEST for a fascinating online event on the role of circular economy in tackling the climate and biodiversity crises!

This event will build on IEEP’s work on circular economy and its connections with climate, biodiversity and pollution, in particular its recent report ‘European Circular Economy policy landscape overview’ which provided an assessment of the development of circular economy policy at the EU level between 2020 and 2022. 

The Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) is a sustainability think tank. Working with stakeholders across EU institutions, international bodies, academia, civil society and industry, IEEP's team of economists, scientists and lawyers produce evidence-based research and policy insight.

The event’s aims are twofold: 

  1. to create synergies between the existing knowledge and evidence on the role of circular economy in tackling the climate and biodiversity crises;
  2. to discuss key priorities for the potential and limitations of circular economy in the next European Green Deal. 


14:30-14:35 Introduction & welcome  

14:35-14:40 Presentation of the main IEEP report takeaways 

14:40-15:05 Panel discussion 

15:05-15:25 Interactive exchange in the breakout rooms 

15:25-15:30 Summary & closing 

Find more information here.

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