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Accelerating the circular economy: outcome on Resources of the Springtj Forum 2015 in the Netherlands

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Arthur ten Wolde, Navigator Resources at Springtij, Presented on behalf of Springtij in Scientific Session 1 at the World Resources Forum 2015 in Davos, 12 October 2015

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Accelerating the circular economy: outcome on Resources of the Springtj Forum 2015 in the Netherlands

  1. 1. Accelera'ng  the  circular  economy:   outcome  on  Resources  of  the   Spring'j  Forum  2015     in  the  Netherlands   Dr.  Arthur  ten  Wolde,  Navigator  Resources  at  Spring'j   Presenta'on  for  the  World  Resources  Forum  2015     Davos,  12  October  
  2. 2. 24-­‐26  september  2015,  Terschelling,  The  Netherlands  
  3. 3. Terschelling  
  4. 4. Spring'j  2015  
  5. 5. Spring'j  2015  
  6. 6. Session:       Netherlands  Circular  Hotspot   •  NL  Hotspot  CE:  We  want  to  be  world   champion.  Look  more  for  connec'ons   •  Philips:  Keep  going  with  working  on  business   cases  by  clear  communica'on  with  all   departments.  What  is  best  for  consumer,   society  and  company?   •  Startups,  e.g.  Finch  Buildings  
  7. 7. EXAMPLE:  CE  VALLEY  AT  SCHIPHOL  TRADE  PARK  
  8. 8. Session:     Circular  Economy  Policy  
  9. 9. Circular  Economy  Policy  (1)   •  Accelera'o:  circular  business  models  are   blocked  by  numerous  barriers     •  Liberal  democrats:  CE  is  opportunity;   Power  of  1;  North  Sea  Resources   Roundabout;  Room  for  experiments  
  10. 10. Supportedby
  11. 11. Circular  Economy  Policy  (2)   Financial  incen'ves  are  key     •  Governments  launching  customer  for   circular  products  and  services   •  Tax:  Ex’Tax,  VAT  differen'a'on   •  Levies:  Producers  co-­‐responsible  for   consumer  behaviour  
  12. 12. Circular  Economy  Policy  (3)   •  The  Netherlands  can  come  a  long  way   as  a  circular  hotspot   •  EU  needed  to  mainstream  and   accelerate   •  More  is  needed:  enforcement,   awareness  raising,  improved   regula'on,  indicators  
  13. 13. Session:  Indicators   •  At  least  12  methods  with  366  indicators…   •  Example:       •  Ambi'on:  Externally  validated  simple  system(s)   •  Impact,  process  and  business  model   •  Ambi'on,  transparency   •  Early  involvement  stakeholders   •  Not  just  procurement  
  14. 14. Session:  Local  circular  economy   •  Ci'es  suffer  heavily  under  impact     linear  economy     •  Circle  Economy  Hackathons  and     City  Dashboard   •  Alliander:  ask  the  ques'on     •  Brainstorm  Circular  Terschelling     –  to  be  con'nued  J  
  15. 15. Closing  Session:     Reinven'ng  World  Resources   •  Chair:  Bas  de  Leeuw,  WRF   •  CEO  Siemens   •  Anders  Wijkman,  Club  of  Rome:   CE  brings  jobs  and  trade  balance   effects   •  Workshop:  priori'es  
  16. 16. THANK  YOU   Arthur  ten  Wolde   Navigator  Resources  Spring'j   arthur.ten.wolde@circular-­‐future.eu   www.spring'j.nu  

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