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Circular Economy Club (CEC) is the international network of circular economy professionals and organisations. CEC’s activity is non-profit, global and open, anyone can join the club online for free. The club has over 2,600 members, that are either professionals (designers, engineers, researchers, consultants, business leaders) or organisations (national networks, companies, academia institutions, NGOs and startups).

CEC exists to spur collaboration by connecting professionals, because together we can have a higher impact. The main activities are disseminating information and tools for circular economy professionals, providing mentorship to young leaders and startups and organising circular economy events.

Although the club was founded by Anna Tarí in London in 2014, CEC is ran voluntarily by engaged club members based all over the world who volunteer to coordinate CEC activities in their cities by applying to the Local Organisers program.

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Joanne Lin, posted

Apply now to win a mentoring session with Prof. Walter R. Stahel!

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The Circular Economy Club has teamed up with Prof. Walter R. Stahel in a #CECMentors opportunity. If you get to be the winner of this exclusive opportunity, Prof. Stahel will be able to point you in the right direction, helping you to tackle specific circular-related challenges in a 40 minute-long video-conference mentoring session.

Considered one of the fathers of the circular economy movement, Prof. Walter R Stahel is a full member of the Club of Rome. Credited with having coined the expression “Cradle to Cradle” in the late 1970s and developed the Performance Economy approach, Stahel worked at developing a “closed loop” approach to production processes and founded The Product Life Institute in Geneva in 1983.

For more information, please visit the website: https://www.circulareconomyclub.com/cec-mentors-program/

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