Developing a more circular economy is essential if we are to realise our vision of a net zero future, but like all big concepts it can be difficult to understand how this approach can be applied by a local community in a way that makes tangible, practical sense in our day-to-day lives. This session will outline realistic actionable steps that communities and organisations can take to support local circular economies.
"The linear system is so compelling in a capitalist economy. We need an intervention which is going to disrupt that - at a cultural level, at a policy and legislative level, and at a community level." Lucy Siegle
Lucy Siegle - writer, broadcaster and chair of the Real Circularity Coalition, an organisation that advocates for true circularity and truly circular materials and processes.
Rebecca Burgess, CEO City-to-Sea
Joanna Dainton, Bristol Waste Reuse Shop, Bristol Waste
We hope you enjoy the recording!