Is the circular economy equally fair and applicable to all members of the European Union? Why did waste from environmentally conscious Europe end up in China and what are the new destinations for European waste tourism? Will the European Union meet its own recycling targets and find a solution for its waste?

How much are the winds blowing from Europe felt in the capital, and how much in Serbian towns? Does the circular economy have the potential to drive local development? Are multinational companies pioneers of the transition to a circular economy or is it the forgotten wisdom of the Serbian traditional hosts?

Can waste be turned into a resource if we do not have data on it? If we don’t manage data, can we manage waste? Why is green digitization necessary if we want a greener future?

Key note speaker:

Jørn Eugene Gjelstad, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway

Panelists:

Aleksandra Vucinic, Head of Group for Circular and Green Economy, Ministry of Environmental Protection

Ida Reuterswärd, First Secretary Programme Officer at Embassy of Sweeden in Serbia

Ladeja Godina Koshir, Founder and Executive Director of Circular Change

Nebojsa Redzic, Head of the Department of the National Register of Pollution Sources, Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA)

Olivera Zurovac-Kuzman, Environmental Adviser at OSCE

Moderator:

Kristina Cvejanov, waste management expert

MIKSER TALKS

26th May

12:10 – 13:10

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Jørn Eugene Gjelstad
Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway

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Aleksandra Vucinic
Head of Group for Circular and Green Economy, Ministry of Environmental Protection

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Ida Reuterswärd
First Secretary Programme Officer at Embassy of Sweeden in Serbia

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Ladeja Godina Koshir
Founder and Executive Director of Circular Change

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Nebojsa Redzic
Head of the Department of the National Register of Pollution Sources, Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA)

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Olivera Zurovac-Kuzman
Environmental Adviser at OSCE

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Kristina Cvejanov
waste management expert