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International Conference on Raw Materials and Energy in a Circular and Low-Carbon Economy

  • September 2017, Cracow, Poland

“Transformation Towards a Green Economy” is the title of Klaus Fichters lecture on the International Conference on Raw Materials and Energy in a Circular and Low-Carbon Economy.

The rational management of raw materials and energy efficiency are key elements in a circular and low-carbon economy. In many countries, including Poland, improving these and contributing not only to reducing the impact on the environment but also ensuring the security of raw materials and energy supply remains a challenge.

The purpose of this conference is to exchange knowledge and experience on effective methods and directions of management which conform with the rules of the circular economy.

Here you can find the programme.

Participation in the conference is free of charge – registration for the event is mandatory.

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