One of the key principles guiding the development of the Circular Action Hub is to ‘learn by doing’, incorporating lessons from the experiences, approaches and solutions adopted by projects in different parts of the world.
In this context, we recognise the need for broader cooperation and intersectoral partnerships to ensure a more collaborative and inclusive approach to supporting circular economy across the world.
To guide this learning process and ensure a process of continuous improvement, Circular Action Hub will be consulting and seeking advice from a series of organisations, as follows.
Daniela Albuquerque - Secretariat Circular Action Hub, BVRio
Christina Jaeger - Managing Director, Yunus Environment Hub
Zoë Lenkiewicz - Head of Programmes and Engagement, Waste Aid
Sonia Maria Dias - Waste specialist, WIEGO (Women in Informal Employment)
Joao Souza - Senior Programme Officer, IUCN
David Rogers - Head of International Resource Management, WRAP
Jeremy Richardson - Sustainable Manufacturing and Environmental Pollution programme, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID)
INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORTERS & ADVISORY GROUP
Impact investment, commodity trade, and market advisory
Circular Action Hub was developed to support and create markets for the 3R Initiative, whose participants include.