Involve stakeholders in the planning process for the circular economy strategy. The transition to a circular economy would require adequate regulation in certain sectors, such as waste, water, food, construction and construction, to name a few. The identification of available instruments, such as specific land use requirements, environmental approvals (for example. B for decentralized water, waste and energy systems), pilot rules and experiments would clarify potential regulatory uncertainties for different legal entities, gaps and future needs. In the Netherlands, for example, the legislative and regulatory framework at the local and regional level is expected to adapt to the national circular economy strategy (OECD, shortly. Self-assessment of the city`s “round,” using the OECD self-assessment framework (OECD, shortly). linking the circular economy to existing long-term plans Source: OECD (2015), OECD recommendation on public procurement, www.oecd.org/gov/ethics/OECD-Recommendation-on-Public-Procurement.pdf (see 6 June 2019); Municipality of Amsterdam (2017), roadmap circular, amsterdamsmartcity.com/projects/roadmap-circular-land-tendering (called 28 January 2020); EC (2017), Public Procurement for a Circular Economy: Good Practices and Guidelines, europa.eu/contact (consulted November 7, 2019); Bollns Municipality (2018), “New Light with Many Benefits,” www.bollnas.se/index.php/88-aktuellt/2525-nytt-ljus-med-manga-foerdelar (called January 28, 2020); The Shift (2019), Vert Deal Circular Procurement in Flanders, theshift.be/en/projects/green-deal-circular-procurement-in-flanders (called 28 January 2020); OVAM (2020), Green Deal Circular Purchasing, www.vlaanderen-circulair.be/nl/onze-projecten/detail/green-deal-circulair-aankopen (called February 5, 2020); OECD (shortly), The Circular Economy in Cities and Regions, Synthesis Report, OECD Publishing, Paris. Organize matchmaking events with economic players from different sectors to launch a pilot project on circular business models. In the Netherlands, there is an urgent need for a transition to a circular economy. That is why a government-wide objective has been framed as a direction. The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (AMA), Netherlands, has published the Circular Jobs – Skills in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area report, which identifies 140,000 circular jobs (Circle Economy/EHERO, 2018). The study identifies six skill groups relevant to future circulating occupations: basic skills (capabilities that facilitate the acquisition of new knowledge); Solving complex problems (ability to solve complex new problems in real-world environments) resource management capabilities (ability to allocate resources efficiently); Social skills (ability to work with people to achieve common goals) system skills (ability to understand, evaluate and improve “socio-technical systems”); and technical skills (skills for designing, designing, using and repairing machinery and technology systems).
To examine and analyze the capabilities and capabilities required to implement all activities related to the design, definition, implementation and monitoring of the circular economy strategy, such as. B forestry, bioeconomy and agriculture could continue to integrate the principles of the circular economy into their activities (for example). B the sewage sludge used experimentally in forests) while strengthening the links between the city and rural areas. The regional food strategy offers an opportunity to improve coordination between urban and rural areas and to promote the creation of local food network production and distribution networks. A closer link between urban and rural areas can lead to a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities for these areas in their transition to a circular economy.