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Webinar on Governance and the Circular Economy

There’s still time to register for this afternoon’s free webinar with Douwe Jan Joustra, on Governance and the Circular Economy.

Time: Tuesday 29th May, 16:00 BST
Location: Webex Conference (Details will be sent at 12:00 BST today)

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Douwe Jan Joustra manages sustainable development processes in the fields of urban development, construction and housing. Working from a systems approach, he advises governments and businesses in policy and strategy development, with a focus on the stimulation of innovation and enhancing quality. Using his process skills, he chairs and facilitates creative and in-depth sessions and coaches professionals in their work and personal development.



To receive connection details for this event, make sure you register here before 12 noon BST today.

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