Optimization of material use has become an urgent priority given the current scale of environment
degradation and resource depletion. In the present context, a circular economy presents a plethora
opportunities be it economic (extended value of productsand materials for as long aspossible) as well as
environmental (minimizing waste generation and resource use).
FICCI will be organizing its first edition of Circular Economy Symposium (CES) 2017 on 25-26 April 2017 in New Delhi, India with an objective of mainstreaming Circular Economic approach in waste management across sectors. This symposium will bring together experts and practitioners from the industry, start-ups, government and academia to showcase innovative strategies and practices that will enable the Indian Economy to achieve sustainable economic growth. Symposium brochure is available here.
- Unboxing Circular Economy
- Ahead of the Curve: Branding Circularity for Business value
- Startups: Ninjas in Eco-innovation and secondary raw material market
- Closing the loop through 4 R's
- Role of Socio-Environmental Change makers in Circular Economy
- The 'ZERO' Effect: Achieving environmental sustainability in SMEs
Announcements Call for Contributions
The call for contributions is closed now.
Agenda for the symposium is available here.
Registration Click below to download registration form
For ParticipantsFor Presenters
Demonstrate your technology/ domain expertise to over 150 delegates. For further details, contact email@example.com
Call for Success Stories on Eco- Innovation/ Waste Management Start-ups in India
Calling out all the Earthpreneurs and Startup Ninjas in India to submit their success stories and showcase their work on eco-innovation, innovative approaches to resource use optimization and waste management. Come and be part of the select 25 best ideas from India to be published as part of the Green Book Titled "Best 25 Ideas: Waste Management Start-ups Businesses in India" and gain recognition as one of the 'Best Eco Innovator Start-up'.
Share your interesting journey to success and take advantage of this opportunity not only to get your idea published amongst the best ones but also to explore collaboration possibilities.
Application template of success stories can be downloaded from here.
The deadline for case study submission is extended until April 15th 2017.
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By Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport
By Rail: Old Delhi, New Delhi and Nizamuddin
By Road: Inter-connected roads and highways connect the city to all other major cities in India
Venue: FICCI, federation House Tansen Marg
Distance from Airport: ~ 15 km
Distance from Railway station: 4 km from the New Delhi railway station
Distance from Metro station: 5 minutes' walk from Mandi House Metro station
Latitude: 28° 36' N
Longitude: 77° 12'
Time Zone: GMT +5.30
The line voltage for electricity is 220 A.C., 50 Hz. Round pins (2 or 3) can fit in the power sockets. Adapters are generally available at all hotels; however, you are advised to bring a universal outlet adaptor to allow for convenient charging upon arrival.
Please note that accommodation is not arranged by FICCI and remains the responsibility of the participant.
Lunch and Tea/Coffee breaks are provided to the participants during the summit
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