Spiralling into the future of our circular economy

Event/Workshop

The next evolution of circularity begins now so join us as we kick start a new conversation about 'what is next?' and 'how can we all get involved?'


Venue
RMIT University Swanston Academic Building
445 Swanston Street
Melbourne
AU
3000

Date & time

Tuesday, 25 February 2020, 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Transitioning to a circular economy in the built environment in Australia

Event Partnership:

RMIT University logo

RMIT with the SUPPLY CHAIN SUSTAINABILITY SCHOOL

Registration opens at 8.30 am for a 9.00 am start – event ends at 10.30 am.

Location: RMIT University, Swanston Street Melbourne (Building 80, Room 80.10.17) Campus map

At some point in the future, we will look back on the war on 'waste' and ask ourselves why on earth we didn't always value the circularity of our resources.

The conversation on the circular economy has moved beyond 'what is it?' and 'who is doing it?'. The next evolution of circularity begins now so join us as we kick start a new conversation about 'what is next?' and 'how can we all get involved?'.

What does the building and construction industry need to better engage with the circular economy? This workshop aims to look at strategy, models and funding to support industry better engage and benefit from the circular economy. 

Come along to this FREE event for property, construction and infrastructure professionals and suppliers to discover what the future holds for the circular economy and how we can get there!

We will hear from:

Dr Usha Iyer-Raniga, Professor Sustainable built environment at RMIT University
DrUshaCircular economy case studies from Northern Europe, opportunities from the Oceania State of Play report on circularity for the built environment.

Steve Morriss, Head of Circular Economy Development at Planet Ark
SteveMorrissPlanet Ark's vision of a circular economy in Australia                                                                                                                                                                     

Melanie Oke, Circular Economy Lead at Sustainability Victoria
Melanie OkeState government leadership in the circular economy – what Sustainability Victoria has planned

Coffee, tea and light refreshments kindly provided by our host RMIT.

#reduce #reuse #recycle #upcycle #waste #research

If you are interested in presenting at a Supply Chain Sustainability School event or are interested in developing online resources with us please contact build@supplchainschool.org.au

This event may be recorded and made available for public access by the Supply Chain Sustainability School or RMIT University.  If you do not wish to be photographed or videoed during the event please notify event administrators on registration.

Sustainability

Environmental management, Materials, Sustainable Procurement, Waste

Intermediate
120 mins

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