Rethinking progress of Circular Economy evaluated
At the end of March, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation hosted its first open-house event, where educators, experts and industry leaders shared insights into the Circular Economy at the re:centre, University of Bradford (GB)
There were more than 25 different topics to explore, from 3D printing to Aquaponics (alternative food production and aqua culture). The sessions offered attendees diverse perspectives from a range of backgrounds.
It is also noteworthy that the CE100 members of the Circular Economy 100 will convene in Munich, Germany from April 15 -17, 2014 for the first acceleration workshop of 2014. The discussions will focus on the Circular Economy and its progress with policy, business and regions.