After three months of online discussions and debates, the CICERONE consultation is now closed.
Over 120 participants from across Europe joined to share their ideas and help identify the strategic priorities for circular economy at European level.
Our teams are now analysing and synthesising over 400 messages to pull out key innovation areas for circular economy R&I, which will be evaluated and prioritised by partners from the CICERONE project.
This will ultimately contribute to forming an aligned strategy and priorities for circular economy at the European level and accelerate the transition. The findings will be tested and validated at our next stakeholder workshop in Berlin, November 19-20, and integrated into the EU Circular Economy Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda (SRIA).
We would like to thank all participants for their valuable contributions and for commitment to speed up the transition to a circular economy.
More information and results from the consultation will be posted shortly. Stay tuned!