An innovative new initiative to map global activity in the circular economy has been launched.

Led by the not-for-profit Circular Economy Club, an international network of sustainability advocates and pioneers, the mapping week project will create an easily accessible resource of what is happening around the world.

“One of the challenges in implementing the circular economy framework is the need for more practical examples, to better understand what is working and what is not. The Mapping Week exists to gather as many examples as possible in an open online directory. This will be done collaboratively in three-hour workshops for 20-30 people in different cities.”

It will take place between 5 to 11 February 2018. Get involved.