The 7th edition of Circle the MED witnessed a dynamic convergence of policymakers, business leaders and experts with the Innovative Sustainable Economy (ISE) Mission actively contributing to the discourse on sustainability and circular practices. The event, both physical and online, attracted 500 participants from 45 countries, showcasing the global resonance of the discussions.
Mr. Ciobanu-Dordea emphasized the EU Council’s recognition of the circular economy as a strategic priority, calling for continued efforts in the next political cycle. During the Q&A session, he addressed packaging waste concerns and highlighted the Commission’s focus on recycling design. The 7th edition of Circle the MED, with ISE Mission’s active participation, discussed green transition topics in the Mediterranean. Mr. Kokosioulis moderated the “Blue Economy” session, featuring impactful panels on green growth and circular economy. ISE Mission actively supported the event, emphasizing its commitment to sustainability in the Mediterranean, South-East Europe, and the Black Sea region.