For their theme, the partners of a strategic agenda draw up a 'rolling action plan'. The plan defines the major ambitions, outlines some workingpaths and lists concrete actions. Such a plan is rolling because it is not set in stone, but on the contrary is constantly being adjusted over time.
The plan should connectandorchestrate what already exists and drive what is needed to enable the transition to the circular economy. In this way, existing circular initiatives can reinforce each other and we can fill gaps.
A duo of pullers (usually one party from government and one party from the private sector) fires up each strategic agenda. A broader core group surrounds the pullers. Together, they chart the way forward.