On the 10th and 11th March, we’ll be streaming a number of live broadcasts with special guests across our Youtube, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter channels.
The full list of sessions and speakers can be viewed on our website, but we've picked out a couple of the highlights below:
- Esteemed author - George Marshall, who has written about the need to overcome polarisation in the climate change debate, and Fast Company's Liz Segran join us at 14:30 GMT on 11th March. They’ll be talking about the role of media in rethinking and reframing the climate change narrative, and what role, if any, should mainstream media play? Sign up for a calendar invite and email reminder for this session.
- What does the circular economy mean for the sports industry? Tune in to see what circular innovation in the sports sector looks like at 12:00 GMT on 10th March. We'll be showcasing the edible membranes used at the London Marathon, a 100% recyclable mono material mountaineering jacket, and highlighting how the world's largest sporting events can become fully circular. Sign up for a calendar invite and email reminder for this session.
- How do small businesses seize the opportunities of a circular economy? Tune in at 16:30 GMT on 10th March to hear from London Waste and Recycling Board's Natalia Agathou and the European Agency for SMEs, who work with and advise small businesses on a regular basis. We'll also hear from John Atcheson, who is CEO of Stuffstr, a small business operating within the circular economy framework today. Sign up for a calendar invite and email reminder for this session.