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Circular Economy Mapping Week Port-Harcourt

This Circular Economy Club event will expand your knowledge around circular initiatives taking place in Port Harcourt. It is also an opportunity to socialise with other circular economy professionals and brainstorm future projects. During the session, you will work in teams to identify circular initiatives happening in Port Harcourt, across di×erent sectors and types of organisations. At the end of the collaborative session you will get a clear idea of the state of the circular economy in Port Harcourt. You will also have the chance to learn about what other peers are doing worldwide, as CEC will share the outcomes of all sessions happening globally, online for free. After the session, the list of stakeholders will be publicly available on CEC’s website for participants and the general public. Who is the event for? Architects, Designers, Engineers and Makers Established companies and Start-ups in the energy sector, agriculture, construction, textiles/fashion, electronics, renewable energies, etc
Consultants, Business leaders and Strategists

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Education professionals and Researchers

NGOs and professional associations
Supporters of the circular economy

Day 1: Thu, Feb 8, 2018

Time: 10:00 AM

Day 2: Fri, Feb 9, 2018

Time: 10:00 AM

Venue: Conference Room, Directorate of Physical Planning

Rivers State University.

Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Registration details: Register via Eventbrite
FREE event
Dress code: casual
Looking forward to seeing you all soon!

Learn more at


Paul Nekabari Visigah

Organizer of Circular Economy Mapping Week Port Harcourt

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