Journalists introduced to circular economy

This Wednesday, 2SeaS 2022 an initiation workshop for various journalists was organized by the Circular Economy Institute.

The Institute of Circular Economy of Abidjan (IECA) in Cte d’Ivoire (Lead Cte d’Ivoire) and the NGO Leadership for the Environment and Development in the Autonomous District of Abidjan, held on the sidelines of the Conference of the Parties. The Convention on Climate Change (COP 26) was held in Glasgow, United Kingdom from 30 October to 12 November 2021, with an activity called “Glasgow 2021 as if you were there” which includes live broadcasts of talks, face-to-face presentations and Discussion.

Objectives of the Workshop

It aimed to mobilize public institutions, civil society, the private sector, the academic world and research audiences to immerse themselves in the realities of climate change and dialogue, to engage in and identify avenues for reflection and action. All the stakeholders around the successful implementation of NDC of our country.

On this occasion, the question of introducing media professionals to the concepts of circular economy as a strategy to implement sustainable development and combat climate change was raised by the participants, thus creating a workshop on these topics for this corporation. organization invited.

This workshop was the place to build the capacity of journalists on the circular economy

With the aim of building a circular economy observatory which will be led by journalists. This workshop was the place to build the capacity of journalists on the circular economy in relation to sustainable development and climate change.

Thus, on Wednesday, March 2, 2022, journalists were introduced to the basic concepts of circular economy. Sustainable development and climate change issues were presented in Cte d’Ivoire.

Definition and Pillars of Circular Economy

Nora Monet, an expert in economy, had time to communicate the circular economy by giving a very precise definition of the concept. Indeed, the circular economy aims to reduce the waste of the planet’s resources, extend the useful life of goods, and give new life to waste.

7 Pillars of the Circular Economy

The pillars of the circular economy are, among other things, sustainable supply, eco-design, industrial and regional ecology, functional economy, responsible consumption, extension of the term of use and recycling.

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