A World Apart ~ Potentials and Pitfalls at the Intersection of Development and Waste Management



Dank u voor uw belangstelling voor deze bijeenkomst.

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Vrijdag 13 maart organiseert WASTE een discussiemiddag met de titel: A World Apart.

Het doel van deze middag is mensen die deskundig zijn in afvalbeheer én deze kennis inzetten voor verbetering van hetafvalbeheer in het Zuiden, bij elkaar te brengen en de gelegenheid te geven ideeën en ervaringen uit te wisselen.

Wij hopen met deze discussiemiddag resultaten in het veld te verbeteren en veel voorkomende valkuilen te leren vermijden. Ook hopen we dat deze bijeenkomst een start is voor meer van dit soort uitwisselingen en mogelijkerwijs een begin van een platform.


13:30 Aankomst & registratie bij SenterNovem in Den Haag

14:00 Welkom en introductie

14:10 Verslag van de resultaatverbeteringen in de Solid Waste Theme Programme van LOGO South, VNG International

14:30 Wat betekent goed werk in afval en ontwikkeling and waarom heeft dit uw interesse? Korte introductie ronde met aansluitend discussie.

15:00 Een goed begin is niet altijd het halve werk. Successen en uitdagingen in de samenwerking tussen Velsen and Galle, Sri Lanka.

15:45 Mogelijkheden en valkuilen. Groepsdiscussies (met koffie en thee)

Topic 1: Is recycling het antwoord op de plasticplaag?
Topic 2: Composteren, wondermiddel of lapmiddel?
Topic 3: Dragen tweedehandse vuilniswagens bij aan ontwikkeling in het Zuiden?
Topic 4: Recycling in het Zuiden en Transitielanden – dat is andere koek!
Topic 5: Hoe essentieel is geld in ontwikkelingsprojecten?

16:45 Plenaire samenvatting: wat betekent goed werk op het kruispunt van afval en ontwikkeling.

17:15 Afsluitende discussie: Prioriteiten stellen voor resultaatverbetering

17:30 Borrel.

19:00 Sluiting

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