On 1st July 2021, the first Plenary Meeting on Circular Economy Mapping in Georgia was held in Tbilisi
On 1st July 2021, the first Plenary Meeting on Circular Economy Mapping in Georgia was held in Tbilisi to bring together inter-ministerial working group of the Government of Georgia and the Circular Economy Mapping task group of the Georgian Society of Nature Explorers “Orchis” to discuss aspects and challenges of the Circular Economy Mapping process in Georgia, and methodological approach proposed for the Circular Economy Mapping and development of the roadmap to circularity.
Mr. Levan Davitashvili, Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia, Mr. Solomon Pavliashvili, Deputy Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia and Mr. Erik Illes, Head of Development Cooperation / Deputy Head of Mission, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency in Georgia participated in the meeting.
The implementation of the Circular Economy Mapping program is led by Dr. Dariusz Edward Prasek, an International Expert in environmental, social and governance areas and Circular Economy, member of the United Nations Advisory Board on Circular Economy, former Director of Operations in Environmental and Sustainability Department of the EBRD.
The meeting was arranged in the frames of Keep Georgia Tidy Project by Georgian Society of Nature Explorers “Orchis”, through funding of the Government of Sweden, with the support of Georgian Ministries of Environmental Protection & Agriculture, Regional Development & Infrastructure, and Education, Science, Culture & Sport.