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Circular City Week
Mar 16, 2020 - Mar 22, 2020
The first and biggest circular economy festival in the US
Circular City Week is an open collaborative festival for circular economy related events. Circular City Week took place in New York for the first time in March 2019, and will be back in New York 16-22 March 2020. Activities during Circular City Week will emphasize how circular practices such as reuse, recycling, and upcycling are transforming urban industries and the city as a whole.
Inspiring and free events
During this one week events and activities, hosted by an array of local and global stakeholders, take place over all New York City. In 2019, 29 exciting events was part of Circular City Week. More than 80 speakers shared their knowledge with participants.
Collaborative and open
In 2019, 2185 people participated in Circular City Week New York. Circular City Week was made possible by the active involvement of 64 organization, all decided to drive forward change and bring attention to best practices and innovative initiatives.
Returns in March 2020
Circular City Week New York will return in 16-22 March 2020. In addition to creating a festival of 30+ events, 2020 will also include activities focused on facilitating corporate matchmaking.
Circular City Week is dedicated to creating awareness about the global frontrunners, who have taken it upon themselves to create change. In 2020 we will therefore celebrate those companies, cities, and organizations who have already made a commitment to increase circularity.
New York City, USA