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Webinar: Circular Partnerships to Create Behaviour Change. - Shared screen with speaker view
Chelsea McLean
21:42
Congratulations Cameron and team!!
CSIRO
23:35
Hello Dr Sarah!
Tamanna Wadhwani
27:09
Thank you for joining everyone. If you have any questions for the speakers, please put them in this chat and we can go over these in the Q&A session. Thank you!
CSIRO
35:36
The Licella example is great. I am curious to understand the role of champions in making this initiative work.
Scott Breust
36:47
Can you touch on Ready set grow BD Program conenctivity
Frank Strie
40:40
Well outlined Sarah King
Anouk Hengeveld
42:05
Can we post a link to the document that Sarah had in her second last slide too please.? :)
Tamanna Wadhwani
42:41
Hi Anouk- hope this is the one you’re looking for. https://research.csiro.au/ending-plastic-waste/advanced-recycling/
CSIRO
42:47
Another question. Enabling the circular economy requires companies to align business models, more specifically business processes. How willing are companies to expose internal processes/opportunities to collaborate?
Megyn Carpenter
44:29
Is there a blueprint for the Kwinana shared materials project?
jill
44:44
In SEQLD only current business option for recycling soft plastic is via redcycle at local Woolies. The collection point is often overflowing. When will it be available to business to collect on premises?
Frank Strie
46:14
How does Envorinex in TAS & QLD fit into this?
Alison CIRCULAR CENTRE
46:56
Hi Sarah from your perspective do you consider plastic in textiles under your guidance?
Alison CIRCULAR CENTRE
47:00
Is there someone we can chat to? we are keen to offer our solutions for both replacing and recovering plastic textiles?
Sarah King (CSIRO)
47:45
CSIRO Support for Small Biz - https://www.csiro.au/en/work-with-us/funding-programs/programs/csiro-kick-start/about
Sarah King (CSIRO)
48:25
CSIROs SME team can be reached for a chat through here - https://www.csiro.au/en/work-with-us/funding-programs/programs/sme-connect
Tamanna Wadhwani
48:40
Keep your questions coming in! We will be addressing these in our Q/A session 🙂
Sarah King (CSIRO)
49:12
The Kwinana Industry Council - https://kic.org.au/
Laura Pigot-Repšys
49:30
Thank you Sarah. That's very helpful.
Frank Strie
56:18
Growing the Economy from the ground up - with the local people - local business - local education exchange.The EcoModelRegion Kaindorf in Austria is a very successful example of Community & Business and Working Groups with expertise collaborating with anyone on the 'glocal' level.
Sarah King (CSIRO)
56:55
Hi Alison, textiles aren't an explicit focus of the EPW Mission given the projects we currently have, however that doesn't mean they cant be in future and as we know, they are a big waste challenge! If you have a research challenge you need help with and require access to research skills from CSIRO, you can email me @ sarah.king@csiro.au and I can try to connect you with someone.
CSIRO
57:13
The “how-to-practice” suggests we need to focus on “communities of practice”? Switch from a process perspective to social perspective?
Alison CIRCULAR CENTRE
01:01:14
Thank you Sarah, yes we have a research challenge keen to gain support for an accelerated commercial composting system trial for "plastic textiles" with our CircStretch textile solution to combat plastic pollution & working with AP Oliver Knox at UNE. I will send information thank you :)
Sarah King (CSIRO)
01:02:44
As a cyclist, I can appreciate that bike lane failure.....Good intentions, poor execution!
Frank Strie
01:05:50
Human Culture - Society, traditional …However, there is no such thing as waste in nature.
Frank Strie
01:10:58
Spot on Matthew!No quick fix but intergenerationally responsible - Restorative + Regenerative + Renovative Management Practices. Forests, Land, Catchments, Communities = glocal on the local to global level using all the tools and yes as Sarah suggested building Trust and Relationships outside the common silos of experts.No more outsourcing of thinking .
CSIRO
01:13:23
The DfLS strikes me as a variation of Peter Checkland’s Soft-Systems Methodology.
Alison CIRCULAR CENTRE
01:14:21
brilliant presentation Matthew thankyou - I feel there is no better illustration of what you talk about when we run our Circular Textile Waste Service within a disability enterprise. Watching our DE teams as they use our systems; recover, valorise, disassemble & send through our circular streams. Its the input from the staff that is true genius & drives our processes.
Christina Robberds (she/her)
01:14:46
Fantastic presentation Matthew - thank you!
maddie
01:14:47
Always great to hear you talk Matthew 🙂
Frank Strie
01:14:50
Well - well Matthew - good import work in progress
Megyn Carpenter
01:15:38
Q Matthew: any tips for supporting human agency and human culture in SME’s
Alison CIRCULAR CENTRE
01:17:07
Matthew how to we move the ppl who don't want to minimise their consumption? Im fascinated by the "why people" changed to keep cups & plastic bags, then how do we apply to other products life clothing?
Scott Breust
01:17:48
Thanks team I have to run very good session thank you. I agree change and change thinking and actions is and will always be the barrier in full transition to circular economy actions across business community
Tamanna Wadhwani
01:18:04
Thank you for joining Scott!
Maddie
01:18:58
Great question Alison
CSIRO
01:22:56
The structure versus agency debate is prescient here. Structure limits agency but agency creates structure.
CSIRO
01:25:49
Need to go. Thanks to everyone for the interesting talks and comments.
Sarah King (CSIRO)
01:28:13
Sustainable government procurement is a big opportunity
Frank Strie
01:29:28
FCA - Farmers for Climate Action is such a groundswell initiative for changes.
Howard Nielsen
01:30:08
Agree Matt - we use a Green Street Cafe style process in our local sustainable business network to have the conversation you are talking about.
Alison CIRCULAR CENTRE
01:30:41
At this early stage, do you think govt grants could look at milestones in a different way? given changes are holistic, at this early stage to a CE, its difficult when its measured by direct landfill mitigation however it takes time for circular systems to come online & market impact. How to we measure the "successes"?
Melinda
01:30:55
great discussion.
Megyn Carpenter
01:33:40
Thanks Matthew, having those grass roots conversations is important to get people on board.
Maddie
01:34:06
What group was that again Sarah?
Melinda
01:34:38
Q- What (if any) impact do you foresee driving greater circular economy practice in businesses with initiatives like The Australian Climate Dividend? (citizen climate lobby)
Kim Potter
01:35:08
Yes, I missed the name of the group also Maddie and Sarah.
Sarah King (CSIRO)
01:35:14
HI Maddie - ummmm?? I mentioned Zero Waste Scotland at some point......
Maddie
01:35:32
Sorry- the group that does CE training in VIC
rowenacann
01:35:45
The “water of system change” provides a great framework of six conditions (policy, practice, resources, power, relationships and mindsets) that you can use to track to how you are changing or seeing change in the system
Sarah King (CSIRO)
01:35:48
Ahhh - the Metro waste - UN training for Circular economy....I will find a link. Training has commenced
Sarah King (CSIRO)
01:36:17
https://www.mwrrg.vic.gov.au/news/un-partnership-training-boost-to-lead-victoria-towards-a-circular-economy/
Maddie
01:36:41
Thank you Sarah 🙂
Tamanna Wadhwani
01:36:58
Yes this is a great training session! Cameron will actually be presenting in Week 6 of this training session 😄
Sarah King (CSIRO)
01:40:07
Thanks everyone - great to chat
Toni
01:40:08
Thank you everyone. this was a fantastic session!
jill
01:40:19
Excellent, thank you all
Robert Powell - Whitehorse City Council
01:40:28
Thanks, great session!
Howard Nielsen
01:40:44
Thanks Cam and all!!
szilvia csanyi EAGA
01:40:44
thanks a lot for the great presentations and session Cameron!
Drew Coxon
01:40:57
That was a great discussion. Thanks for the session. Have a great day.
Michelle | Soyful
01:40:58
Thank you for the session!
Alison CIRCULAR CENTRE
01:41:03
than you all
Tamanna Wadhwani
01:41:13
Thank you everyone!! We will be sending out the presentation and the recording to all attendees 🙁
Megyn Carpenter
01:41:14
Fantastic webinar thanks
Tamanna Wadhwani
01:41:16
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