IEMA Futures - Introduction to the Circular Economy
Have you heard of the Circular Economy but not sure how to apply it in practice or what it means? Our IEMA Futures webinar provided an introduction to the concept, looking at some of its theory, practice and relevance to sustainability.
We were delighted to be joined by two speakers who spoke about their experience of implementing the circular economy in their work. At the end of the session, we also provided an opportunity to apply what was discussed in a product mapping exercise.
This webinar is suitable for students, young professionals or professionals that are unfamiliar with the circular economy.
IEMA Futures - Introduction to the Circular Economy Webinar Slides, B Drotleff, K Thomas and K Whalen - CLICK HERE
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