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This summer the European BIOCIRCULARCITIES project - a CBE JU funded project - is coming behind your screen with a series of three exclusive webinars.
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The BIOCIRCULARCITIES project aims to unlock the circular economy potential of unexploited bio-based waste streams and boost the green and sustainable transition.

Eager to adopt the approach followed by the BIOCIRCULARCITIES pilots and spread a circular bioeconomy in your territory? Learn all about the project, its development, and findings from the partners in these three webinars.

  • Episode 1: Supporting local players with the transition to circular bioeconomy, and lifting the current barriers (28 June, 10:30 – 12:00)
    This first episode of the BIOCIRCULARCITIES Trilogy unveils the story behind the success of the project or how partners supported a transition of the pilot territories toward circular bioeconomy through a collaborative approach. Partners invite you to reflect on the development of BIOCIRCULARCITIES over its two years of existence and will share with you the key findings.
  • Episode 2: Identifying the most promising biocircular technological options, the BIOCIRCULARCITIES Webtool in action (4 July, 10:30 – 11:45)
    The second episode of the BIOCIRCULARCITIES Trilogy dives into the BIOCIRCULARCITIES Webtool. This tool will support the identification of the most suitable (bio-circular)technologies for improving the biowaste management and contribute to replicate the project’s findings in other territories. Join us to discover its specificity of the tool, learn how to use it and what you can achieve with it.
  • Episode 3: The journey of the three pilot territories (13 September, 10:30 – 12:00)
    The third and final webinar will follow the journey of the three pilot territories – the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (Spain), the Metropolitan City of Naples (Italy) and the Province of Pazardzhik (Bulgary) – towards their new value-chains and get a taste of the experience they gained during the project. You will hear about a variety of topics, such as how local stakeholders were involved in the process, and how the scientific work of BIOCIRCULARCITIES partners supported the local discussions.

See the project website and the events calendar for details