Effective and inclusive circular transition governance in cities and regions
Local and regional authorities wield significant influence over circular systemic changes rooted in community initiatives. Therefore, a bottom-up strategy based on accelerated uptake, replication, scale-up and monitoring of successful initiatives are key elements in achieving circular economy objectives at all levels of governance. In this session, participants will gain insights into lessons learned on the ground, challenges related to public-private partnerships and network governance, the application and use of financial resources, and methods for monitoring circular transformation.
Organisers: European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform, with Circular Change, Circular Flanders, Holland Circular Hotspot, European Environment Agency, Interreg MED, Association of Cities and Regions for Sustainable Resource Management and RREUSE
This session is part of the European Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference 2024 (ECESC) which brings to WCEF2024 a dedicated track showcasing Europe’s progress.