Achieving the transition to a circular economy is not a trivial task; it requires the active involvement of society as a whole in the transformation of production, consumption, waste management, infrastructure, policies and regulations, etc. How to consider the significance of social inclusion in the realization of a circular economy? How are urban waste management systems being transformed toward inclusiveness and circularity? How do these transformations relate to area-based development and infrastructure management, and how do they manifest themselves in different cultural and geographical contexts?
During this event, members of the Inclusive Wise Waste Cities (IWWCs) project both from China and the Netherlands will be touching upon these points, sharing their recent research findings, and followed by presentations with practical examples and initiatives from the Almere Upcycling Center and PRICE in Flevoland. The event will also offer a workshop where participants will be able to share their viewpoints on topics around circularity, inclusion, and resilience in waste management. The event will close with a brief drink to facilitate networking and pave the way for identifying future synergies.
IWWCs is grateful for the financial support of the Dutch Research Council and the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
For further information please consult: www.iwwcs.com
|10.00 - 10.30||Martin de Jong (EUR)||What are inclusive cities?|
|10.30 - 11.00||Tong Xin (PKU)||Infrastructure for the circular households towards low carbon transition (online)|
|11.00 - 11.30||Dominika Teigiserova (TU Delft)||Infrastructure as a service: circularity and stakeholder analysis of the Circular Road|
|11.30 - 11.45||Break|
|11.45 - 12.15||Daan Schraven (TU Delft)||What are circular cities?|
|12.15 - 12.45||Ingrid Zeegers (PRICE)||PRICE: Flevoland based circular & innovative ActionLAB|
|12.45 - 13.45||Lunch break|
|13.45 - 14.15||Zhaowen Liu (TU Delft)||Towards inclusive and circular waste management: mapping the transformation of urban waste infrastructure in Almere city|
|14.15 - 14.45||Filippos Zisopoulos (EUR)||Exploring tools from regenerative economics for resilient, circular, and inclusive wise-waste cities|
|14.45 - 15.00||Break|
|15.00 - 15.30||Martijn Ten Kate (Almere Upcycle Centrum)||The Upcycle Centre Almere|
|15.30 - 15.45||Break|
|15.45 - 17.15||Afsaneh Moradi (Maastricht University)||Forum for circular and inclusive urban waste systems|
|17.15 - 18.00||Martin de Jong||Conclusion followed by drinks|
The event will take place at Hotel Van der Valk in Almere.
- By car: Hotel Van der Valk is conveniently located along the A6 near cities like Lelystad, Zeewolde, Amersfoort, Utrecht and Amsterdam. The parking lot (also partially covered) provides ample free parking.
- By public transport: The train stations Almere Parkwijk and Almere Centrum are only a few minutes away from the hotel by car. You can travel to the hotel by bus or cab. From both Almere Parkwijk and Almere Centrum train stations you can take the bus M5 and get off at the Walt Disneyplantsoen bus stop. From there it is about a 10 minute walk to the hotel.