Public debate: The Transition to a Circular Society in the Eurodelta

9 July 2024 19.00 - 21.30 | TU Delft Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment - Berlage Rooms

As part of the Summer school programme on Circularity in the Built Environment hosted by TU Delft (The Circular Built Environment Hub), an engaging public debate will take place at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment on the evening of 9 July, 2024. The debate panel members, made up of leading experts and stakeholders from the Eurodelta, and the audience will discuss how the Eurodelta region (which includes the Randstad, Brussels, and the Rhine-Rhur area), can transition from a linear to a circular economy.

The invited guests who will be on the panel include:
Paul Gerretsen
| Vereniging Deltametropool
Nurhan Abujidi | Zuyd University of Applied Sciences
Peter Pol | City of Den Haag; METREX
Dagmar Keim | City of Amsterdam
Dr. Simon Jenniches | KREFELD BUSINESS

Participation in this debate as part of the audience is open to institutions, organisations and individuals.

Further details of the public debate itinerary and how to register can be found here. Please note that the debate is free of charge, but registration is  mandatory (with a limit of 50 participants). 

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