The essence of this seminar is how to address the challenges of integrating sustainability, circularity, and social inclusivity in the urban environment. The focus will be on concepts that generate multiple values for various stakeholders and thus offer the foundation for creating a sustainable and inclusive urban circular economy.
During the day, a number of parallel sessions are scheduled in which various approaches, tools and challenges towards sustainable, inclusive circular cities are presented and discussed, based on a carefully selected set of European projects and programmes. The program is complemented by three keynotes from the City of Nijmegen, the OECD and the City of Amsterdam.
Information about the city’s and project that are collaboration you can find e.g. at P+
Participants will be provided with a White Paper entitled ‘The City as a Business Model’ especially written for the occasion by Jan Jonker, Naomi Montenegro Navarro and Geraldine Brennan.
If you are professionally interested to join this seminar a limited number of places is available. While the seminar is set-up as a not-for-profit event participation requires a modest fee to cover expenses. The seminar is limited to 100 attendees, providing a prime opportunity for networking. The standard participation fee is € 165,– per person and needs to be paid in advance.
Participation fees include the participation in the seminar sessions (either plenary of sub-sessions)and conference materials.
There is a reduction for regular students under the age of 30 of 100 €. No further reduction is given. We follow a non-refundable policy. The deadline for subscription is October 1st 2018. To avoid empty chairs, registrations can be transferred to new participants at no additional cost. Please notify us of such transfers in advance. Correspondence can be send to email@example.com. The seminar is an initiative of Prof. Dr. J. Jonker of the Nijmegen School of Management (Radboud University).