The government is working with industry, civil-society organisations, knowledge institutions and other authorities to achieve a sustainable economy for the future. In this circular economy, there will be no more waste, as resources will be reused again and again. The government-wide Circular Economy programme sets out what we will need to do to achieve a circular Dutch economy by 2050.
Dutch expertise on EV charging goes to California
06-09-2022 | 20:30
Charging electric cars needs to become easier, safer and smarter. Dutch environment minister Vivianne Heijnen and Yana Garcia ...
Heijnen at the G20: reuse key to preventing plastic soup
30-08-2022 | 19:00
Recycling alone is not enough to combat plastic pollution and plastic soup. Worldwide, we need to focus more strongly on reusing ...
ICT-Pact: Joining forces towards circular and fair ICT
14-06-2021 | 12:30
Today seven countries are signing the international Circular and Fair ICT Pact. The signatories commit to working together in ...