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Is Reuse the New Recycling?

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Alvin Leer
CEO & Co-Founder @Packoorang
Alvin Dammann Leer is a serial impact entrepreneur and investor. Sustainability is a career theme for D. Leer, having first honed his skills at the global NGO WWF to co-founding two impact startups. D. Leer has held positions across three continents as an editor and independent consultant for companies such as Innovation Norway, Adecco and WWF. His educational background includes Communication (University of Roehampton, London), Behavior Change (Yale) and Social Entrepreneurship (Emmanuel College, Boston).
Dan Wright
Co-Founder @CanCan
Dan Wright is the Managing Director of Phineas Group, the £5m sustainable shoe hanger business, and co-founder of CanCan, a technology platform pioneering the sharing of reusable containers across hospitality and retail. As an entrepreneur and ambassador for sustainability in retail, he is passionate about the shareables movement - making sharing second nature for everyone and creating easy ways to share ‘things’ that we see as disposable. He built his very own eco house (RICS award-winning) and is devoted to playing an active role in reducing the amount of single-use plastic waste produced on the planet.
Emma Burlow
Founder @Lighthouse Sustainability
Emma is one of the UK’s leading specialists in circular economy and sustainability in business. She has more than 20 years experience in the sector. Emma has directed a range of circular economy projects for large and small businesses and the public sector; for Zero Waste Scotland’s CE Business Support Programme and is a technical assessor for WRAP Wales’ Circular Economy Fund for business. She believes that sharing learning is the best way to speed up a transition to a more circular economy and in Feb 2020 launched her #CE100 series on social media, which aims to showcase 100 mainstream examples of circular business models or services. She is a mentor for the Circular Economy Club global network and has hands-on experience of the challenges, barriers, drivers and ultimately, successful transition to more circular business models.