Does the circular economy enable endless growth?
We are happy to invite you to our symposium Circular Economy & Limits to Growth.
In two rounds of themed sessions, we will explore the possibilities and opportunities of a circular transition in Industries, Agriculture and Horticulture, and, Cities.
The panels will combine the knowledge of scientists, policy-makers and field experts to discuss critical questions. Join us to engage in meaningful discussions, find out about the latest research and field developments!
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Fenna Plaisier (Centre for Sustainability)
- The Circular Economy and Endless Growth
Arnold Tukker (Centre for Sustainability), Michiel Bijlsma (De Nederlandsche Bank)
13:15-14:00 Session 1
- Cities: The limits of circularity in cities
Mingming Hu (LU), Ad Faasse (Business Unusual)
- Agriculture & Horticulture: Food forests and circular agriculture
Maarten Schrama (LU)
- Circular Industries: Domino disruption in the supply chain
Daan Schraven (TUD)
14:15-15:00 Session 2
- Cities: What can we build with demolition waste streams?
Teun Verhagen (LU)
- Circular Industries: Circular design and its challenges
Connie Bakker (TUD)
- Replacing GDP by 2030
Rutger Hoekstra (LU)
15:30-16:00 Networking & drinks
*LU = Leiden University, TUD = Technical University of Delft
The event is open to all and free of charge. The event includes free lunch and refreshments.
Do you have experience as a policy-maker or an expert in the field of sustainability, and would you like to provide your insights at the symposium? Please contact us to participate as a panellist.