Many governments have or are preparing national circular economy road maps. Yet, on the global level there is no common vision for an inclusive circular transition. A global process could support policy exchanges, sharing lessons learned on a national level and unlock the pathway to a global inclusive circular economy. To increase the level of ambition for the circular economy and adequately address the triple planetary crisis, this session explores how a global road map process could enable ambitious actors to come forward and lead the way, identify areas for collective action and propose solutions that need to be advanced at the international level.
Read more about the initiative for a global road map for an inclusive circular economy that was launched in this session and join the process of building the road map.
Programme page and registration: A global road map for an inclusive circular economy (chathamhouse.org)
Organisers: Chatham House, in collaboration with United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), WBCSD, African Development Bank Group (AfDB), African Circular Economy Network (ACEN), GIZ, Circular Innovation Lab, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), EU Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform, Platform for Accelerating Circular Economy (PACE), World Economic Forum, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Circular Electronics Partnership