Welcome to the largest open-source database of the Circular Economy
|The Circular Economy Club (CEC) believes that we can only solve the world's biggest problems if we trully join forces. For this reason, CEC organized the Circular Economy Mapping Week on 5-11 February 2018. |
During this week, volunteer CEC organisers all over the world hosted group sessions to map out the circular initiatives in their cities to make all the information publicly available. Workshops took place in 65 cities, including Bangkok, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Madrid, Montreal, New York, London and São Paulo.
65 cities, 1 purpose.
7 DAYS - 40 COUNTRIES - 65 WORKSHOPS - 2,100 PARTICIPANTS - 3,000 INITIATIVES
|This excel is continuously updated, it includes not only all submitted initiatives during the mapping week but also those that club members are regularly sending through. |
This database operates under the Creative Commons Copyright "Attribution" License, which means that it is open-source, you can contribute to it, download it and share it. The only thing you are required to do is to quote the Circular Economy Club (CEC) as the source of the information when you use it.
You can contribute to this worldwide effort by sending a circular initiative to email@example.com
Criteria: An initiative is considered circular when it falls into one of more of the categories of the Circular Economy Sytems Diagram.
Next steps for CEC are to work on the visualization of the initiatives and to define activities to leverage the power of this data in order to accelerate the transition towards a circular economy.
We look forward to having you join this effort, the clubs and its initiatives!