About Circular, Regenerative Economies

We are working with the Government of Slovenia in a deep demonstration of rapid change to a circular and regenerative economy and society.

They have identified circular economics as a strategic development priority to ensure a prosperous future and high quality of life for Slovenians, and have articulated their ambitious and inspiring aim to become the world’s first fully circular national economy. Innovation will tackle material production and waste flows across four key economic systems. We are also in the early stages of a partnership with the Government of Bulgaria.

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Find out more about the people and places involved in Circular, Regenerative Economies. Keep visiting this page for new content from EIT Climate-KIC and from the many partners involved in this demonstration.

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EIT Climate-KIC | June 2020 Factsheet: Circular, Regenerative Economies

This series of factsheets will introduce you to the purpose, partners, projects and processes of EIT Climate-KIC’s Deep Demonstrations programme.

Factsheet: Circular, Regenerative Economies
EIT Climate-KIC | 15 January 2020 Slovenia adopts proposal for transition to circular economy: Q&A with Kirsten Dunlop
Slovenia adopts proposal for transition to circular economy: Q&A with Kirsten Dunlop
Material Economics | 16 January 2020 The circular economy - a powerful force for climate mitigation
The circular economy - a powerful force for climate mitigation
EIT Climate-KIC | 17 January 2020 EIT Climate-KIC’s work in Slovenia
EIT Climate-KIC’s work in Slovenia
European Commission | 31 January 2020 The JRC supports the project aiming at 'Decarbonising Slovenia: A Deep Demonstration of a Circular, Regenerative and Low-Carbon Economy'
The JRC supports the project aiming at 'Decarbonising Slovenia: A Deep Demonstration of a Circular, Regenerative and Low-Carbon Economy'
Cliona Howie & Laura Nolan | EIT Climate-KIC | 25 November 2020 Why should countries and regions look to a circular approach to rebuild and transform their economies?
Why should countries and regions look to a circular approach to rebuild and transform their economies?