22-28 MARCH
2021

What is Circular City Week?

The biggest circular economy festival in the US

Circular City Week is an open collaborative festival for circular economy related events. For the third time, Circular City Week took place in New York from 22-28 March 2021. Activities during Circular City Week emphasized how circular practices such as reuse, recycling, and upcycling are transforming urban industries and the city as a whole. 

Inspiring and free events

During the week, events and activities hosted by an array of local and global stakeholders, takes place virtually. In 2021, 90 exciting virtual and in-person events with over 300 speakers were planned as part of Circular City Week. 

Collaborative and open

In 2021, 5000+ people registered for Circular City Week New York event. Circular City Week was made possible by the active involvement of 160 organizations, all committed to drive forward change and bring attention to best practices and innovative initiatives.

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 2021 Partners

Thank you for your support! We couldn't do it without you.

Pioneer Partners

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Platform Partners

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