Circular Week

Circular Week, October 3rd–9th, is an international festival of events and initiatives on circular economy and sustainable development taking place throughout Europe. It aims to bring together as many people, entities, and organisations as possible to promote and implement a circular economy, support sustainable business models and establish cooperation between interested stakeholders.

This year, Circular Week will also include the launch of the Circularity Gap Report Poland on Wednesday, the 5th of October. For a full overview of events related to the launch, have a look below:

  • On the evening of the 4th of October, key stakeholders are invited to join the project leaders for a reception and pre-launch of the Circularity Gap Report Poland at the Embassy of Norway in Poland, hosted by the ambassador J.E. Anders Eide. Decision makers, parliamentarians, business representatives, and local administration representatives are invited for an exclusive preview of the report findings and recommendations, followed by a short panel discussion and dinner.

  • On the day of the launch, the 5th of October, from 09:00–11:30, the Scandinavian–Polish Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Bilateral Seminar focused on enabling networks for the circular economy transformation. This will be followed by the official launch of the Circularity Gap Report Poland, which will be broadcasted live worldwide at 16:00–17:30 CEST. The launch event will feature presenting the official report findings and recommendations, as well as a panel discussion. You can join the live broadcast here:

  • On the 7th of October, Circular Week culminates with the V Mazovia Circular Congress. As Poland’s most prestigious conference on the circular economy, the congress invites an audience representing all aspects of society, including civil service, local governance, business, sustainability actors and organisations, academia, SMEs and NGOs and media representatives. The Circularity Gap Report Poland will also be further disseminated by the Head of Research and Development at Circle Economy, Matthew Fraser.