It might well have been the largest circular economy gathering to this day. We are talking about the first ever World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF), that took place in Helsinki, Finland, on 5-7 June 2017. More than 1,600 key people from almost 100 countries shared ideas and best practices in the Finnish capital, trying to find the world’s best circular economy solutions and gather together the most recognized experts and decision makers in the field. Renewable Matter was there reporting.  Why this tiny, smart, pro-European country? After Holland, Scotland and Italy, Finland has decided to go circular and be at the forefront of rethinking its economy. “A circular economy could bring estimated net savings of €600bn (£523bn) to European companies. In Finland alone circula...