This paper outlines four key areas that QCEA, along with 11 other NGOs, believes that European Union institutions should work on to ensure a comprehensive European circular economy. Click here to read the paper.
QCEA is concerned that this roadmap on the energy-from-waste communication could undermine the European Union’s laudable attempts to transition to a circular economy. Their response outlines a number of our concerns: overcapacity and lock-ins, waste prevention and eco-design, and energy inefficiency and climate. Read their full feedback here.
Eleven NGOs working on the circular economy, including the Quaker Council for European Affairs, have come together to sign a statement outlining the 10 improvements that need to be made to the European Commission’s waste proposals, to get the Circular Economy package back on track. Read the full document here.
Take a look at the for the Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA). QCEA brings a vision of just relationships to the European institutions. They are a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation (NGO) working at European level, promoting the values – peace, equality, integrity and simplicity – of the Quakers.