The COVID-19 crisis during the first half of this year has completely transformed modern society. From how and what we consume, the way with which we interact with one another and the way our cities & towns have been designed, the pandemic has shone a light like never before and what works, and what doesn’t, within our society today.
The approach and vision of zero waste are more relevant now than it ever has been. In a time when we must urgently reduce the negative impact we are having on our planet, whilst also continuing to prioritise the resilience of our health and economic systems, adopting a zero waste approach has the ability to sit at the centre of a successful recovery in a post-COVID world.
Zero Waste Europe is organising an online webinar to discuss ideas and solutions that can help cities accelerate their progress towards zero waste. The webinar will take a look at some key themes:
What does a methodology look like for zero waste cities to follow and replicate in their local communities?
What are the specific tools available for municipalities to use and tailor when designing zero waste strategies? How have zero waste strategies been designed and implemented in a range of contexts across Europe?
How have municipalities adapted their zero waste policies within the current COVID-19 crisis, and how have they continued to prioritise this course of action.
Unfortunately, the webinar platform we use has a maximum capacity of 100 virtual seats. We are sorry but we won’t be able to host online everyone who has registered.
The attendance will, therefore, be done on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning that only the first 100 people to log-in will be able to attend the webinar.
If you don’t manage to log-in you can follow the webinar on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/ZeroWasteEurope