Do you want to learn more about the circular economy?

We are running an interactive online seven-week learning programme — Inside the Circular Economy: Beyond the Basics. The programme is free and anyone can take part.

The programme will include:

  • Webinars led by the Foundation’s experts and guest speakers
  • Interactive challenges
  • Peer-to-peer learning
  • Networking sessions
  • Access to resources
  • Weekly reflection sessions
  • The opportunity to join a network of motivated circular economy enthusiasts from all over the world

Every week we will discuss a different topic, ranging from food, policy and design, to finance, plastics, and fashion. Participants will be given a weekly challenge to complete and will be able to debate and engage with others taking part in the programme.

Some existing knowledge of the circular economy would be useful, so please take a look at our Learning Hub.

The next programme will run in the last quarter of 2021.

Join Inside the Circular Economy: Beyond the Basics to stay ahead of the curve and improve your understanding of the circular economy.

To be kept up to date, please keep an eye on our website and register your interest.

Frequently asked questions

Here are the most common FAQs. If you cannot find an answer to your question, please email us at

How long are the webinars?

The webinars are held every Wednesday from 16:00-17:00 GMT. Almost every Friday we run a 30-minute reflect and recap session from 10:00-10.30 GMT.

Do we receive a certificate?

No, unfortunately we do not provide a certificate. This programme is not set up in such a way that we can check whether you attended all the webinars and engaged in peer-to-peer learning. However, it does provide you with a brand new global network of circular economy enthusiasts!

Are the webinars recorded?

Yes, all sessions will be recorded and posted in the programme’s community space to enable participants to catch up on any sessions they may have missed.

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