EVENT: Innovations in Circular Economy
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In light of climate change and resource scarcity, adopting a sustainable approach to business has become a necessity. Overcoming significant systemic challenges demands radically new approaches to transform the way we live and the buildings we use. But how can we turn the promise of sustainable innovation into reality?
At this event, supported by The Future Economy Network, we will be joined by innovators who will each set out their solutions for the future of the built environment. The innovators will discuss how these solutions support a circular economy, what role they hope to play in the circular economy transition, and what they see as the changes that need to be made to achieve it.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Anna Surgenor, UKGBC, Senior Sustainability Advisor
- Steve Sliney, Collecteco, Director
- Tim Danson, WSP, Associate
- Nick James, Future Ground, Director
- Katherine Piper, The Future Economy Network, Director
The audience will have a chance to ask questions to the panellists. Light refreshments will be provided and there will be plenty of opportunities for networking.