Circular Transition Indicators – invitation to public consultation

Elżbieta Szczygieł News

World Business Council for Sustainable Development has published the announcement for public consultation of Circular Transition Indicators. The objective of publication entitled Circular Transition Indicators | Proposed metrics for business, by business was – as the Authors wrote – “to establish a harmonized set of indicators that help to identify circular opportunities and linear risks and determine the circular priorities and targets”.

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What is the state of the art of circular public procurement?

Elżbieta Szczygieł News

Within the CircularPP project, the state of the art of circular public procurement report was elaborated.  This study presents the current policies and practices related to circular public procurement (CPP) in the partnering countries of CircularPP. In addition, the main existing gaps and the lines of action that are to be set as a priority in the following years concerning Circular economy (CE), Circular Public Procurement (CPP) and Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) are identified. The report presents also an overview for the legal environment of Circular public procurement in Europe and in Russia.Read More

Second mentoring in Latvia.

Katarzyna Czop Ukategoriseret

In May 2019 second mentoring programm in Latvia was organized. It was divided in 2 days in May 9 it was organized in Kurzeme region West part of Latvia, because 2 of 3 pilot-municipalities Liepaja and Pavilosta are located in this region. Also other neighboring municipalities were invited to join and attend this mentoring in Grobina municipality.

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Circular PP pitches at Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference

Elżbieta Szczygieł News

‘Let’s talk about achievements’ was the heading of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference 2019, which brought together more than 300 participants from 13 countries over two-days (9-10 April) in Lübeck, Germany.

The goal of the conference was to share and learn from the achievements of projects co-funded by the 300 million euros invested by Intereg Baltic Sea Region with the aim of making the region more innovative, more accessible, and more sustainable.Read More