• Giovedì 7 Novembre 2019
  • 10:00 - 13:00
  • Memo
  • Sala Diotallevi 2 Hall Sud
  • Roberto Morabito Dottore di Ricerca in Chimica e Direttore del Dipartimento Sostenibilità dei Sistemi
  • Luca Meini Head of Circular Economy, Enel Holding
  • Mattia Pellegrini Head of Department Finance and Administration at the European Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME)

Organized by: Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee, ENEA and ICESP


Con il patrocinio del Consiglio Nazionale degli Ingegneri



ICESP is the Italian Circular Economy Stakeholders Platform. Born in 2018, ICESP is aimed at promoting the dissemination of Circular Economy knowledge at the Italian level. Starting from the traditions and typical issues of our country, ICESP has started a process to spread the Italian excellence and the Italian way of doing circular economy. This panel presents success stories and best practices of Circular economy with the purpose to encourage their integration, to foster the dialogue and the identification of possible synergies. The conference will also host representatives of mirror platforms of Romania and Austria in order to share experiences and encourage the systemic approach for the transition to circular economy.


Section Chairs  
Roberto Morabito, ICESP president - ENEA
Mattia Pellegrini, Head of Department, European Commission EASME (Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises).


10.00 Introduction by the Chairs

10.30-12,30 Panelists

  • EU funding opportunities for circular economy, Mattia Pellegrini – Head of Department, European Commission EASME (Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises).

  • Success stories from the European Circular Economy Stakeholders Platform (ECESP) -

  • Other cases of Circular Economy Good Practices form ICESP Working Groups

    • Fashion, electric mobility, construction: potential of circular economy in the value chains - Luca Meini, Head of Circular Economy, Enel SpA co-coordinator of WG4– Circular design, production, distribution and consumption systems

    • Transition to circular cities: gaps, needs and good practices” – Carolina Innella, ENEA co-coordinator of WG5 - Territory and cities

  • CE experiences from other platforms:

    • Example of Romanian platform - Simina Lakatos, President of IRCEM Institute

    • Example of Austrian platform - Julika Dittrich, Circular Futures-Platform 

Conclusion, representative of Italian Ministry of Economic Development (TBC)


10 mins each (with indicatively 4/5 slides) for answering to 3 questions provided by the chair(s) 2 weeks before the event.

Short internal discussion (among the speakers and chair(s)) and then open discussion with the participants facilitated by the chair(s). A Rapporteur will take notes.


12.30-12,45 Conclusions by the Chairs


È prevista la traduzione simultanea italiano-inglese