Sustainable Materials – Crucial for Recycling and Circular Economy

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With the progressing global climate and energy crisis and the rapid depletion of our natural resources, steering our economies and societies towards a sustainable future has become a task of utmost importance and urgency for governments, companies and communities all over the world.
The future of our societies and the success of our economies depends on the successful shift towards a sustainable use of or resources, especially towards a circular economy with high recycling capacities.  The materials we use play a crucial role for achieving these ambitions and Many efforts focus on the development of innovative sustainable materials.
Germany and Japan are taking the lead in developing sustainable materials that will allow our economies to stay competitive, to become climate friendly and to reduce and reuse our resources. North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) with Düsseldorf as its capital city, is the leading industrial and business region in Germany with a highly developed chemicals and materials sector. Düsseldorf in addition is the focuspoint of Japanese business in Germany. The joint seminar offers an ideal platform for information and exchange regarding the Perspectives of important Japanese and German players in the area of sustainable materials.
At the German-Japan Business Seminar representatives of leading companies and cluster experts from both countries will present their perspectives and latest solutions for sustainable materials for a circular economy.
This seminar will give you an excellent overview of the current business environment in Germany / NRW, as well as further opportunities for the business development of Japanese companies in the EU market with a special view to the  sustainable materials for a circular economy.

Informationen zur Veranstaltung

14. September 2022, 09:30 bis 13:30 Uhr

“Main”, Kioi Conference 4F, Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho
Veranstalter: NRW Global Business / Düsseldorf City

Language: English/Japanese (with simultaneous interpretation)

Entry fee: free of charge / held onsite only

Please register latest by 9th September (Fri.) 24.00 (JST)

*For more information and to register, please click on the “Website” link above in the box.

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