Event

Scaling industrial symbiosis in Slovenia

LOCATION
Online
DATE
Oct 13 ~ 9:00 - 13:00 CET

SCALER workshop

Want to learn more on how a circular economy transition can support Europe in reaching its net-zero targets? EIT Climate-KIC is working with a variety of stakeholders to identify key challenges and find adapted solutions, all the while leveraging existing and established guidelines, strategies and legislation put forward by the European Union, such as the EU Green Deal.

Find out more about our work and join us in shaping the future of the EU circular transition!

SCALER is pleased to announce the launch of regional workshops on industrial resource sharing. The workshops will focus on how to scale industrial symbiosis in Portugal, the UK, France, Switzerland and Slovenia, gathering businesses, policy makers, financiers, academia and NGOs.

Hosted by SCALER partners throughout 2020, the final workshops will take place online, and will provide participants with the opportunity to:

  • Support the development of a shared understanding and roadmap for industrial symbiosis implementation in the local context
  • Gain access to the SCALER project results including best practices, tools and synergy opportunities
  • Connect and network with other key businesses and stakeholders

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