This series of factsheets will introduce you to the purpose, partners, projects and processes of EIT Climate-KIC’s Deep Demonstrations programme.
About Circular, Regenerative Economies
Circular economy has a fundamental role in the decarbonisation of systems and the regeneration of territories, the need to redesign integrated value chains, our consumption habits and our approaches to recycling. Our goal is to position European governments (both regional and national) as leaders in harnessing circularity to transform and decarbonise by designing and delivering the smart and circular transition of these territories through a coordinated systemic approach where innovation will tackle production and waste flows across key economic systems and selected value chains.
We are currently working with the Government of Slovenia as they have identified the circular economy 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 working with the Government of Ireland on circularity and transformation of the land agri-food sector and other early partners include the Government of Bulgaria and Italy.
Find out more about our work in the stories below. If you are interested in becoming a challenge owner, partner or funder, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org