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,
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: 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.
Inspiring and free events: Circular City Week is an open collaborative festival for circular economy related events. Circular City Week took place in New York for the first time in March 2019, and will be back in New York 16-22 March 2020. Activities during Circular City Week will emphasize how circular practices such as reuse, recycling, and upcycling are transforming urban industries and the city as a whole. During this one week events and activities, hosted by an array of local and global stakeholders, take place over all New York City. In 2019, 29 exciting events was part of Circular City Week. More than 80 speakers shared their knowledge with participants.
In 2019, 2185 people participated in Circular City Week New York. Circular City Week was made possible by the active involvement of 64 organization, all decided to drive forward change and bring attention to best practices and innovative initiatives.
Be part of the movement!
You can learn more about the entire week here and register for all the events.
If you want to be a partner, speaker or host an event please contact Tone Søndergaard at email@example.com
16 (Monday) 5:00 pm - 22 (Sunday) 5:00 pm