Circular economy is a global mega trend, with the potential to transform industries and redesign urban living. The transformative potential of circularity is not specific to a single sector, but can be linked to everything from digitization and the sharing economy, to the food industry and the built environment.
Circular City Week wants give everyone a platform for knowledge sharing, no matter whether you approach circularity from a design perspective, an environmental awareness standpoint, as an growth agenda, or as a mean to rethinking consumerism.
The aim of the week is to inspire industry professionals across sectors, showcase international pioneers, highlight local change makers and engage students to be the future of circularity. Circular City Week also intents to be an engaging festival, where activities are diverse and fun. In 2019 activities included a book release, conferences, an art exhibition, Lunch & Learns, a film screening, a family play-shop, tours, a pitch competition, site visits and workshops.