Circular consumption

In a circular city, citizens are highly aware of the issues of sustainability, circularity, short supply chains and the active role of the individual, and consequently change their consumption patterns and lifestyles. This attitude pushes companies to change processes and administrations to define more sustainable policies.

Cities are able to help, motivate or push their citizens to change their habits and behaviours towards more sustainable consumption.

This working group involves public bodies, universities and research centres, cultural institutions, associations and networks of companies and professionals, large-scale distribution, environmental and third sector associations, individual companies, etc., with the aim of promoting education for eco -design, improve business models for the reuse and repair of everyday objects, stimulate the collaborative economy.

Working groups

  • Eco-design: awareness, education (better knowledge)
  • Responsible consumption: Preventing overuse of resources: food and beverage, clothing, packaging and consumer electronics (better knowledge)
  • Reuse and repair: Increase and promote models of reuse and repair (better knowledge).
  • Collaborative economy: Stimulating experiences of collaborative economy and civic uses (better knowledge)
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