Help shape the EU Circular Economy Strategy and Agenda!

Have your say in designing objectives and innovation fields for the EU Circular Economy Research & Innovation Agenda!

CICERONE has launched an online consultation, and we want to hear from you! Contributing to the consultation will promote alignment of future EU, national, regional and local policy and funding, and will ensure that our priorities across the European territory are heard.

 

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We invite to participate in the consultation process until August 28, 2019.

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The consultation invites circular economy actors to share their vision of the circular economy objectives to be achieved by 2030 across various themes (plastics, construction, food, etc.).

The results of the consultation will help better understand where future efforts and funding should be directed, and contribute to shaping the European Circular Economy Strategic Agenda for Research and Innovation.

This consultation follows a first benchmark of circular economy funding programmes in the EU, a definition of key priorities circular economy Research & Innovation, and survey to understand programme owners and funders’ needs for a joint programming platform. Results of these previous consultations can be found here.

We would like to thank all stakeholders who have already contributed to our work, your input is highly valuable to helping shape the future of circular economy programming and funding, together.

Thank you for your contributions, we look forward to hearing your ideas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CICERONE is building a joint platform for efficient circular economy programming. If our societies are to make the switch to circular practices, all actors need to be involved and actively commit to transitioning a more sustainable economy. This is why CICERONE works in close cooperation with a variety of practitioners including government bodies, research & technology organisations, civil society, industry, innovative SMEs, startups, cities and investors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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