Covid-19, climate change, food, and art — watch our live show

July 07, 2020

We launched our weekly live show, Explore the Circular Economy, in May — and if you haven’t watched it yet, there are just three episodes remaining until the first season comes to a close.

The show has proved hugely popular. Based on current viewing figures — including the number of people who have either tuned in live, watched the recordings, or watched clips on social media — the show is set to reach 1 million views this season.

We are really pleased with the show’s success, and thankful that so many people have supported it.

The 30-minute show, hosted by our Live Online Events team and featuring guest speakers, is broadcast on our YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter channels. It broadcasts circular economy case studies and discussions directly into people’s homes at 12pm GMT+1 every Tuesday.

This season, we have explored how the circular economy can help us build back better from the Covid-19 crisis, how we can create a circular for food, and how art can help shape the circular economy.

Today’s episode will explore circular economy opportunities in China, and next Tuesday we will turn our attention to Latin America. In the last episode, on 21st July, we will be talking about e-waste in Africa.

Join us live to take part in the discussion and find out more about the circular economy in action or catch up with earlier episodes on our website. If you subscribe to our channels, we will notify you when an episode goes live.

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