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Lead organiser: Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF)
The closing session will wrap up WCEFonline with discussions on the critical role of finance and policy. It shows how the circular economy becomes more relevant than ever in the context of the current pandemic, as it offers a pathway to redefined growth and enhanced resilience. As the finance sector and policymakers around the globe look to invest and reset, this session discusses what role they can play in enabling and accelerating the transition to a circular economy and defining the steps for our work in the future.
|18:00 (UTC+3)||Opening words|
|Overall host of the session: Ashima Sukhdev, Government & Cities Programme Lead, EMF|
Ellen MacArthur, Founder, EMF, will explore how the circular economy can be a pathway to redefined growth and enhanced resilience.
|Moderated dialogue on finance as an enabler
What is the role of finance in the circular economy, the opportunities for private finance and key actions needed to capture the opportunity?
Michiel De Smet, Finance Lead, EMF (Moderator)
Shiva Dustdar, Head of Innovation Finance, EIB
|Panel discussion on policy as an enabler
What do governments need to focus on now in order to scale the circular economy?
Miranda Schnitger, Governments Lead, EMF (Moderator)
Shardul Agrawala, Head of the Environment and Economy Integration Division, OECD
Lena Pripp-Kovac, Head of Sustainability, Inter IKEA Group
Carolina Schmidt, Minister of Environment, Chile
|Highlights from the WCEFonline
|And the WCEF story continues
Roald Lapperre, Director General, Environment and International Affairs, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the Netherlands
Peter Schiefke, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Canada
Mika Sulkinoja, Leading specialist, Carbon-neutral circular economy, Sitra
|19:15 (UTC+3)||Session ends|
All sessions of the WCEFonline will be moderated by Veera Heinonen and Tim Forslund of Sitra.