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During the fifth edition of Circular Week, a wide range of events took place across Europe, including workshops, debates, meetings, expert panels, and matchmaking sessions, totaling nearly 40 different events.

These events focused on various aspects of the circular economy, such as harnessing the potential of geothermal energy, sustainable packaging design, sustainable plastics production, optimizing urban waste policies, supporting the development of green buildings, and discussing the role of women in creating a circular economy. These were just a few of the many topics discussed throughout the week.

Mazovia Circular Congress 2022

The Mazovia Circular Congress Conference served as the culmination of a week-long series of events, highlighting the importance of building a circular economy and bringing together key stakeholders to drive sustainable change.

During the conference there was a inauguration of the Circularity GAP Report Poland, which identifies challenges, gaps in circulation, opportunities and possibilities for the economy and directions for international cooperation. The report was presented in an international context in comparison with other European countries. This comprehensive study was a collaborative effort between experts from Poland's Institute for Innovation and Responsible Development, Innowo, the Norwegian strategic agency Natural State, and the Dutch non-profit organization Circle Economy. Supported by the EEA and Norway Grants program, this study provides the first-ever estimation of the circularity level of Polish economy. 


The conference featured lectures and discussions attended by representatives from public administration, local government, start-ups, and the media, including sustainability and CSR managers.

Prominent guests and esteemed experts also participated, including Virginijus Sinkevičius, European Union Commissioner for the Environment, Adam Struzik, Marshal of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship, and Andrea Liverani, Chief Sustainability Officer at the World Bank's Environment Department.​


The conference was organized by INNOWO - Institute for Innovation and Responsible Development and the Polish Circular Hotspot in collaboration with the European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform and took place in the Dom Towarowy Braci Jabłkowskich.​

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