Worldwatch Events

State of the World 2016: ‘Can a City be Sustainable?’ - Event Programs and Details for Stockholm, Helsinki, Reykjavik

Read more about State of the World 2016 - HERE

Program for Stockholm -
Wednesday May 18

When: May 18, 11:30 to 13:45
Where: Think Tank Fores, Bellmansgatan 10, Stockholm

Seminar on Consumer Engagement in Circular Economy

Over the past year Worldwatch Institute Europe has been working on an engagement initiative, aiming to bring together key stakeholders from all sectors across Denmark to join forces in an effort to support the transition towards circular economy in the Danish market. We are now introducing the fifth seminar in the series.


CONSUMER AND USER ENGAGEMENT IN CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Urban Biodiversity Award Ceremony in Copenhagen

Eventen vil sætte fokus på urban biodiversitet ved at uddele en pris - URBIA-prisen - til de bedste eksempler på bynatur i Danmark.

Formålet med prisen er at skabe øget bevidsthed blandt danskerne om vigtigheden af at gøre byerne grønnere og beskytte biodiversiteten - den biologiske mangfoldighed. Ved eventen vil der være inspirerende taler, kulturelle indslag og ikke mindst selve prisoverrækningen.

Building Financial Capacity for Circular Economy

Raising capital and building financial capacity for transformation towards more circular and sustainable business models is one of the major challenges on the pathway for transformation. In our seminar we will challenge our participants to search for ways to deal with issues of raising capital for business transformation and come up with feasible and applicable solutions.

Circular Economy & State of the World 2015 Launch in Copenhagen

This year we will celebrate the European launch of Worldwatch Institute's flagship publication together with the opening event of our Circular Economy initiative.

Photo Competition - Urban Biodiversity

SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS NOW FOR THE INAUGURAL

EUROPEAN URBAN BIODIVERSITY CALENDAR COMPETITION!

Urban gardens in your city? Bees on the boulevard? Parrots on the power lines? Entries are now open for submissions of your best photographs, which capture the theme of urban biodiversity.

Get your entries in by the 15th of October 2014 to be in the running for the Urban Biodiversity Photo Award.