Category: Circular Economy Events

CLAIM and PlastiCircle: two different tracks, same destination.

Another episode of LOOPS has ended, but what has left behind is an open door to the world of innovation, and the changes it can truly bring to the planet we are living in. The topic of this discussion addresses one of the largest challenges of our current time: the pollution and waste of plastics, a composite material whose use is so deeply ingrained in our habits, that makes it…

LOOPS is back! A throwback to episode 2!

On Wednesday 3rd of March, we streamed live our second episode of LOOPS, our live webinar series aimed at showcasing the cutting-edge technology and innovation delivered by the H2020-funded projects in the field of Circular Economy.  This episode featured a discussion on the circularity potential within the construction industry. We had the pleasure to talk to the coordinators of HOUSEFUL and WOOL2LOOP, two H2020 projects committed to devising innovative circular…

A new Global Alliance is born: welcome to GACERE

On Monday 22 February 2021, in the margins of the fifth UN Environment Assembly, a new international collaboration has been brought to life: The Global Alliance on Circular Economy and Resource Efficiency (GACERE), the result of the cross-border synergic cooperation between the European Commission, the United Nation Environment Program (UNEP) and the United Nation Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). The Alliance is one of the results of the Circular Economy Action…

‘Loops’ First Episode on the Digital Circular Economy

On Wednesday 8th of July, we streamed live our first webinar for Loops, a webinar series about the innovation occurring in the field of the circular economy. Our speakers, Dr Demetriou and Vasilis Katos, both outlined key elements of their work on the circular economy and highlighted the necessary steps and precautions, the future holds. This article sums up the key points of their presentations and the main takeaways from…

Veltha’s Partners for EU Annual Kermesse: Smooth Ports and Interreg Europe

In line with our commitment to the #EURegionsweek 2020 Veltha has an exciting new partnership. As a communications manager of the REPLACE project, we will share a stand with the Smooth Ports project and Interreg Europe at the most important annual kermesse (festival) of European Territorial Cooperation. This event will happen later this year. Smooth Ports: An Introduction Smooth Ports is working on ways to reduce the emissions of ports,…

Loops First Webinar: Wednesday 8th of July at 11 am CET

What is Loops? We are pleased to introduce our newest public events initiative: ‘Loops’, a webinar series about the research and results that Horizon 2020 is producing in the field of circular economy.  Horizon 2020 is an EU research program, which has nurtured innovation in a number of fields by funding over 10 000 research proposals. Many of these are in the domain of sustainability and the circular economy, accelerating…

Happy Birthday Veltha, a Story of Circular Economy

On 10th of May 2010 Veltha was set up in collaboration with Università della Tuscia of Viterbo-Italy with the scope to join the European research family in the fields of environment, sustainable development and eco-innovation Working on these fields, also through EU funded projects, Veltha realized in the early stage the importance of the CE for a new systemic approach to our resources supply chain. After the adoption by the…

Circular Economy: what kind of cooperation is needed at a territorial- scale?

Last week, we had the pleasure to attend a webinar co-organized by the student-led think tank CliMates and the social entrepreneurship association makesense. It focused on understanding the cooperation needed for the successful implementation of circular projects in cities and regions. Here we highlight the most interesting points discussed. In our interconnected world, the flows of materials evade artificial and administrative frontiers, thus it is impossible to conduct an effective…

Our commitment toward the European Week or Regions and Cities

The annual European Week of Regions and Cities is the most important kermesse entirely dedicated to regional policy: practitioners coming from all over Europe reunites in Brussels to showcase best practices and achieved results, as well as to discuss hot topics, this year we want to bring Circular Economy there. In the past 17 years, the event has steadily increased its centrality and visibility, reaching a record number of 9000…