Training in the principles of the circular economy means enabling your territory or organisation to pivot towards a model of resilience and sobriety, which promotes cooperation, while boosting its attractiveness and performance.
Understand the concept of industrial and territorial ecology and its components (the territorial network, the consequences and opportunities for public or private organisations) to initiate a reflection within your organisation.
The implementation of an industrial and territorial ecology approach (EIT) requires a rigorous follow-up of stages, the coordination of many actors from different horizons and the collection and analysis of a necessary quantity of flows in order to determine the possible synergies. In order to make the process more fluid, AD FINE and its partner Echelles & Territoires have developed AGIL'EIT, a methodological tool for planning, monitoring and decision support. It allows to record all the steps, to share the findings and to support the decision making process with regard to achievable and objective objectives. AGIL'EIT also provides deliverables for presentations and reports.
The deployment offer includes the provision of the AGIL'EIT tool free of charge, support in its use during a 2 to 3 day training course depending on the number of participants, and a hotline accessible for 6 months at the rate of one hour per month.
The European and national regulatory context has designated public procurement as one of the levers of the ecological transition. The latest law, the Climate and Resilience Law of 24 August 2021, requires the integration of environmental clauses in public contracts by 2026.
In the first instance, this training course will raise awareness of environmental issues and legal obligations among public officials in charge of drafting, selecting and monitoring public contracts. In a second phase, the stakeholders of the territory (in particular the economic actors) are invited to express themselves on these clauses, their implications and their possible limits. At the end of these workshops, a toolbox of environmental clauses, adapted to the territory, is proposed to public agents, after validation by their legal department.