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Circular economy discussion at BASE Conference 2012

A range of experts and practitioners will seek to identify opportunities to adopt a circular economy approach for London at this year’s BASE Conference, taking place in the capital today.

The session will be hosted by the Aldersgate Group, and will welcome experts including Neil Harris, of Founding Partner Cisco, and Douwe Jan Joustra, whose One Planet Architecture Institute works to further circular economy development in the Netherlands.

Base London was set up in 2010 to determine how policy initiatives translate into delivery opportunities for the private sector in areas such as retrofitting homes, public buildings and offices, renewable and decentralised energy, transport, waste as a resource and recycling.

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