Date:12 July, 2022
Organiser:co-organised by the authors of the paper, CLG Europe’s Taskforce for Climate Neutral and Circular Materials and Products, in association with the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy.
This high-level event will be centred around the launch of a new report on the Digital Products Passport (DPP). The event will provide a space for key stakeholders to discuss the role that DPPs could play in enabling a successful industrial transition towards sustainable development, and their importance in wider climate debates. The event will explore what DPPs could look like, how they could be implemented, and what benefits and potential barriers businesses consider to their implementation. The report seeks to encourage progressive advocacy in this EU policy debate. The event will feature representatives from the Materials & Products Taskforce member’s businesses, European policymakers and third-party representatives.