Join Manufacture 2030 and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development for a series of three webinars in November 2017 as we discuss the importance of design, procurement and manufacturing in developing a new product or service.
Following the launch of the WBCSD’s Practitioner Guide to the Circular Economy, Brendan Edgerton will discuss the roles of design, purchasing and manufacturing in developing a circular economy.
- Learn about the importance of design, procurement and manufacturing when embedding circular approaches within your business;
- Explore the various circular practices that you can implement;
- Find out what kinds of results other companies have seen after implementing circular approaches.
Who is presenting?
Brendan Edgerton is the Circular Economy Manager at WBCSD. He has worked at the Climate Bonds Initiative, Walt Disney Imagineering and Office Depot. His sustainable development career spans green building, life cycle assessment, entrepreneurship and the circular economy. He has an MBA from the Yale School of Management, a Master's in Environmental Management and a BA in Ecological Design.
The three webinars will be held on the following dates:
A Guide to the Circular Economy for Designers - Wednesday 8 Nov. 2017, 11:00 GMT – 11:45 GMT
A Guide to the Circular Economy for Buyers - Wednesday 15 Nov. 2017, 11:00 GMT – 11:45 GMT
A Guide to the Circular Economy for Makers - Monday 20 Nov. 2017, 11:00 GMT – 11:45 GMT
How do I register?
Register by clicking on the webinar you wish to attend from the list below.
WBCSD: A Guide to the Circular Economy for Designers
WBCSD: A Guide to the Circular Economy for Buyers
WBCSD: A Guide to the Circular Economy for Makers
This series of webinars is delivered in partnership with 2degrees and Manufacture 2030.
The webinar on the Guide to the Circular Economy is supported by Climate-KIC. Climate-KIC, the EU’s main climate innovation initiative, is one of the first Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) created by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) in 2010. The EIT is the European Union body tasked with creating sustainable European growth and jobs while dealing with the global challenges of our time. www.climate-kic.org