The roundtable will focus on bridging the Global South and the Global North, breaking cultural and lifestyle barriers through solutions and best practices of mapping circular policies, economic incentives and business models.
With one-quarter of the world’s population, the global north controls four-fifths of the income earned anywhere in the world. While the global south has a history of colonialism, they have deep-rooted sustainable practices from time immemorial. These practices are a virtue of their need to sustain and have a meaningful decentralized application. Social matters such as poverty, social injustice, and gender discrimination have resulted in solutions that are best suited to them.
In such a case “one size fit for all” concept of sustainability cannot be applied all around the world. International Council for Circular Economy wants to highlight the role of the Global South in enabling a global circular transition.
The roundtable would be attended by global key leaders. If you are interested to attend the roundtable, please write to us at email@example.com.
In light of the recent release of our Journal on Circular Economy, International Council for Circular Economy is organizing a webinar on “Research in Circular Economy” on 11th March 2022 at 3:00 PM IST. Recognizing the important role of research in the Circular Economy, ICCE has increasingly engaged in knowledge-sharing through our publications and far-reaching content. Our research work provides information and advice that helps government, businesses and citizens to take action. Register here for the webinar: https://bit.ly/researchincirculareconomy
The pilot supports the development of an eco-system with a shared understanding of a holistic circular economy by mapping front-runners. It would help to do a deep dive into the barriers and enablers to bridge bottom-up and top-down circularity to support eco-system transformation.
ICCE is excited to announce the fourth episode of Season 2 of the Circular Chat series on 18th Aug, 2021. Plastic consumption has grown at a tremendous rate over the past two decades as plastics now play an important role in all aspects of modern lifestyle. Collection and disposal of plastic waste has emerged as an important environmental challenge and its recycling is facing roadblocks due to their non-degradable nature. In collaboration with The Shakti Plastic Industries, 6 episodes shall confer about the future of plastics. Together ICCE and TSPI aspire to create knowledge on plastic waste management. The fourth episode shall focus on “Rethinking Supply Chain”