Collaborating internationally for a circular economy

Scotland was the first country to join the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s CE100 network. 

What is the CE100?

The CE100 is a global network set up by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF) to bring together leading companies, emerging innovators and regions to accelerate the development of a circular economy.

Why is Scotland part of the CE100?

By being part of the CE100 the Scottish Government can share its success with others and play a leadership role in the development of the circular economy.

It also helps Scotland build partnerships with businesses, innovators and other regions to capitalise on emerging opportunities.

How is Zero Waste Scotland involved?

Zero Waste Scotland supports the Scottish Government in its membership of the CE100.  We coordinate a network of 10 Scottish SMEs who can benefit from access to CE100 events and resources.  Connecting Scottish innovators with the global CE100 network will create opportunities to accelerate the circular economy in Scotland.

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