Join the EEA/ETC CE Webinar ”Environment and Climate Pressures from Household Consumption” on 18 September 2023!

Consumers play a key role in unlocking the potential of Circular Economy. The interactive webinar on 18 September 2023, 10:30-12:00 CEST, will address pathways toward more sustainable and circular consumption in Europe. A panel of experts, including from the European Commission, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Hot or Cool Institute, and the European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) will share insights and perspectives on the current debate of policy options for the transition toward sustainable consumption in Europe.

Register here to join the webinar!

The webinar draws on an extensive analytical work conducted by  the European Environment Agency (EEA) and supported by the European Topic Centre on Circular Economy and Resource Use (ETC CE) with a focus on household consumption and its environment and climate pressures as well as conditions and pathways for sustainable and circular consumption in Europe.

Within the framework of the ETC/CE project, the CSCP together with other partners has contributed to exploring internal and external drivers of consumption and how it can be changed to ensure a good life for all within the planetary boundaries. In these studies, consumption trends in the EU have been investigated, including environmental footprints together with conditions and pathways needed to transition towards sustainable and circular consumption.

The output of this work is available in the report “Consumption and the Environment in Europe’s Circular Economy” and two related briefings:

Event: ”Environment and Climate Pressures from Household Consumption & Pathways Towards Sustainable and Circular Consumption in Europe”
Date: 18 September 2023
Time: 10:30-12:00 CEST
Place: Online
Language: English
Cost: Free of charge

The webinar is organised by the European Environment Agency (EEA) with the support of the European Topic Centre on Circular Economy and Resource Use (ETC/CE). The CSCP is part of the ETC/CE project consortium.

For further questions, please contact Francesca Grossi.