Circular Economy Forum

Circular Economy
The LGNSW Circular Economy forum aims to bring together speakers and examples of how local government in partnership with others can help drive the transition from a linear economy.

A circular economy is all about keeping products and materials in use for longer, maximising the value of resources and designing out waste, as well as boosting innovation, jobs and investment, and protecting the environment. 

But how do we practically transition from a linear ‘take-make-dispose’ model to a circular economy? And how can local government play its part? 

This online forum on Friday 13 August from 10am-12pm will focus on shifting from a linear to a circular economy and what your council can do. 

Our expert speakers include: 
Lisa McLean, CEO of NSW Circular which is tasked with helping government organisations, industry and people to deliver a zero-carbon circular economy in NSW
Debbie O'Byrne, MBA, Circular Economy Lead at Lake Macquarie City Council and first dedicated Circular Economy role in a council in Australia
Tim Askew, Regional Policy and Program Manager leading Hunter JO’s Circular Economy program which has received international recognition
Justin Bonsey, Southern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils

The full agenda will include case studies and thought leadership to ensure you have the latest information. 


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8/13/2021 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Online (Zoom)
Online registration not available.

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