All Industries and people have good knowledge on Circular Economy and understand how to apply this methodology in business and daily life.
A knowledge hub of Circular Economy in Asia
Create a platform to all stakeholders for establishing profitable circular business models along with environmental and social benefits
Develop circular communities and cities in Asia based on their different characteristics
The first run of “Introduction to Circular Economy” training classes were held on August 24 and 31 respectively at the Business Environmental Council (BEC). During the classes some basic terminologies and concepts (principles, circular design) along with current trends (ISO Standard, circular cities) were introduced so that participants could apply the knowledge to their businesses and communities to achieve their targets in economical, environmental and social aspects.
We will continue to run this series of courses with the support of BEC and hope to help more organizations and communities to be successful in their initiatives in circular economy and other related topics such as climate change and sustainability.
Circular Economy has been around for about 30 years. During these years there have been a lot of innovative solutions and according to the current trend there will be even more development in the near future because of the recent breakthrough in major enablers such as technologies, fundings, policies and measurement. In order to let people understand how these “enablers” can help promote the circular economy to industries, the communities and even each other to commercialize those solutions, Asia Circular Economy Association (ACEA) will host a full-day event on July 7, which includes presentations and workshops, to address those aspects from different stakeholders
This event also serves as the launch event of ACEA, which was established in 2020 but did not have the opportunity to announce their commencement until now because of the COVID 19 virus.
If you are interested in joining the event please register using this link.
Program rundown and details can also be found here.
ACEA is excited to announce a new partnership with Green Token. This partnership brings together two organizations committed to promoting sustainable practices and supporting a regenerative economy.
As part of the partnership, ACEA will be able to reward attendees of their events and training with $GREEN and bring more climate-conscious people into the Green Token community.
‘’We are excited to partner with them to help spread the message of incorporating the circular economy into everyday life,” said Dom Varley, Head of Green Token, “Developing the circular economy is crucial in fighting unnecessary waste and ultimately reducing our carbon footprint. Green Token and ACEA are aligned with our vision for the future.‘’
“We are thrilled to partner with Green Token as we can offer more incentives to clients who participate in our activities and events. Besides getting more professional knowledge to help their business careers, our members can earn points for redeeming products and services from qualified merchants and service providers to create win-win situations for different stakeholders conveniently and transparently.” Harry Li, Founder of ACEA.
Looking ahead, Green Token and ACEA plan to work on specific initiatives and projects to promote sustainable practices and support a regenerative economy. Stay tuned for updates on upcoming events and initiatives related to the partnership.
Visit Green Token’s website https://greentoken.org/ and ACEA’s website https://circular-economy.asia/ to learn more about how you can get involved in promoting sustainable practices and supporting a regenerative economy.
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