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The Circular Economy - Shared screen with speaker view
Katie Louise Tyers
48:52
Is your book available
Katie Louise Tyers
49:04
on audio
Judith Warren
50:17
How much interest is there in government for the circular economy? How can we pressurise individual manufacturers to adopt it?
Charlotte Aguilar-Millan
53:43
What steps can we take as individuals to help businesses adopt the circular economy?
James Hobson
53:52
There is a general desire to constantly have stuff, which we feel will make us happy. Policy has over the past 20 years suggested that segregating waste into different bins mitigates the impacts from this desire. Is CE a new model in which we can justify over consumption.
Stella Claxton
54:15
Your examples are great but consumer behaviour is critical in scaling up some of the business models you've mentioned. In the fashion industry (my area of expertise) progress has been slow and companies perceive that fashion consumers aren't pushing this enough for them to be more bold. What will tip company approaches and / or consumer behaviour?
Andrew Mcmullan
54:16
How do you see the circular economy within the built environment - how do you see us solving the housing crisis with high quality affordable housing within a circular economy?
ejm535
54:25
Have any governments created tax incentives to encourage circular economy
charles ross
54:45
The CE has seen a rush of Fashion brands to have a recyclable material; surely recycling is the last option. Isn't CE about keeping product going for as long as possible? What do you think?
Diana
55:00
do you think CE can be integrate between countries regardless of policies of each countries"? what would be the best way?
Tom Knowland
55:13
Catherine the legislative framework for managing waste and natural resources such as minerals assumes a linear economy. What efforts are being taken to require local authorities to plan for a circular economy?
Kim Binder
55:21
The biggest challenge is surely to change the mindset of ALL consumers. Living in a political and economic system that is based on growth will make this difficult.
Nick Jones
56:38
Any chance of increased publicity eg Guardian long Read or BBC Panorama?
ejm535
58:31
It seems like some of the best businesses and examples you have used are reliant on STEM knowledge and skills - understanding of chemistry, energy/physics, engineering, biotech design etc. - how do we encourage more study of those things
Stella Claxton
58:46
Fixing Fashion Govt report failed to implement any recommendations - why?
Mark Warner
59:03
for info Local Enterprise Partnerships are pushing the circular economy and funding is now available for businesses https://www.businessinspiredgrowth.com/project/circular-economy/
Jo Cox
01:01:49
Like the idea of taxing resources at source, would have positive impact for developing countries..
Nick Parker
01:11:06
http://www.greatrecovery.org.uk/ RSA's 2016 Great Recovery told the sam story.
ejm535
01:12:56
get Led by Donkeys onto it after BREXIT!
ejm535
01:15:49
Really great event thanks
Mark Warner
01:16:04
Thank you
Jo Cox
01:16:12
Thanks, really interesting