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ECH addresses various policy challenges on the path to a more efficient use of natural resources.

The EU is committed to moving away from the current linear economic model to a new model maximising the use of natural resources already in use. ECH focuses on different aspects of this transition such as on market transformation, on resource efficiency indicators to monitor progress and on the implementation of circular business practices by EU industries and SMEs. ECH also explores synergies between different policy domains in order to highlight the cross-cutting nature of this topic, such as Energy Union, innovation, finance, employment and Digital Single Market.

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Events

Third meeting of the Task Force on "The Role of Business on the Circular Economy" . The combination of circular economy models with a new wave of...
Nord Stream 2 remains a highly controversial issue at the European level. Its supporters underscore the project's strategic importance for the...
Closed meeting, participation open for experts in the field and stakeholders involved in the Circular Impacts project . Concerns over climate change...

Publications

Objectives set by the EU in line with the Paris Agreement will, over time, lead to demands for greenhouse gas emissions reductions including,...
Electric vehicles are a key technology to decarbonise the road transport sector and their use is expected to increase, thereby increasing demand for...
The circular economy is attracting significant interest worldwide, as evidenced by the numerous government strategies, business commitments and...

Projects

This is an international collaborative innovation project supported by the European Commission’s H2020 Circular Economy programme. The project...
CEPS joins the Green Growth Knowledge Platform as Knowledge Partner. PRESS RELEASE
CEPS Energy Climate House has launched a Task Force on the circular economy with a focus on the role of EU policy and regulation to guide businesses...