Circular Economy Centre hosts livesession at World Circular Economy Forum WCEF2022 at 8th of December focusing ”How to attract circular economy investments to eco-industrial parks?”. The session focuses on joint international learning and sharing of experiences on attracting investors and investments to eco-industrial parks.
WCEF2021 livesession organized by Circular Economy Centre pointed out the importance of international co-operation at the industrial circular economy field. The global co-operation process is crucial to maximising joint learning in measuring the performance of eco-industrial parks, says Policy Brief 2, published by the Circular Economy Centre and Sitra.
Eco-industrial parks that promote the circular economy need their own metrics in order to develop their operations. Policy Brief, recently published by the Circular Economy Centre, recommends starting measuring eco-industrial parks without delay.
The Digipolis team is happy to announce that the Kemi bioproduct mill project has reached the official investment decision.
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