The NSW Division presents the second instalment in our Innovation Series: Why the Circular Economy is important to you.
The circular economy is set to transform the way we design, use and reuse products and services. With implications in every facet of our life from our daily laundry habits through to the way we service our clients, understanding what the circular economy means to you and your work is crucial.
Join us to hear from a diverse range of panelists on how they have been contributing to the circular economy through business to business industrial ecology, mining waste and resources, to redesigning business models.
The panel discussion will present an opportunity to generate ideas and develop your journey towards a circular economy.
Our panel includes:
- Nils Vesk (Facilitator) - As a pioneering innovation expert, Nils Vesk is continually reinventing ways to make innovation practical, accessible and replicable for everyone. So people can innovate for themselves and their organisations like never before, and no one has to say innovation is too hard. Nils will facilitate the discussion and provide some key insights into how we can innovate around the Circular Economy.
- Candice Quartermain - Founder of Circular Economy Australia. Candice seeks to push the nation into innovation superdrive and kick-start traditional businesses into Silicon Valley thinking.
- Prof Damien Giurco - Director (Innovation), Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) and leading the Wealth from Waste Cluster ISF, to identify pathways for creating wealth from waste containing metals, including e-waste.
- Tom Davies - Director Edge Environment, leading the NSW EPA Circulate program to transform business as usual resource recovery with practical solutions across industry.
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10 Nov 2016
- 8:00 PM
University of Technology
Level 8, Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, 14-18 Ultimo Rd, ULTIMO NSW 2007
$20 Members / $40 Non-members
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