“Accelerating the resource revolution”

“Accelerating the resource revolution”

If the single-use plastics debate has taught us anything, it’s that businesses are able to quickly mobilise around critical issues to drive resource efficiency. This Theatre is dedicated to the people and projects that are collaborating, innovating and actuating to make the circular economy a reality across all industries.

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21 May 2019
  1. Circular Economy Theatre

    Plastics pollution is without doubt the biggest circular economy conundrum business has ever faced, and our Circular Economy Theatre is the place to discuss the potential solutions. In the first of a special two-part debate, a selection of sustainability leaders and experts will provide a strategic-level view on how business can collaborate, innovate and actuate to eliminate single- use plastics.

  2. Circular Economy Theatre

    Where to start... After years of uncertainty and complexity in the build-up to Brexit, this session seeks to provide the clarity we all need by hearing from a selection of environmental policymakers, industry leaders and resource efficiency experts about the UK’s resources and waste strategy.

  3. Circular Economy Theatre

    Changing sustainability behaviours and attitudes across a business is oft cited as the biggest challenge facing sustainability and resource efficiency professionals. In this session, we will explore how that engagement challenge can be turned into a golden opportunity for entire industries to go circular.

  4. Circular Economy Theatre

    With reports continuing to show that the vast majority of consumers have never heard of the ‘circular economy’, it’s no surprise that mainstreaming the concept remains a major challenge for business. This session will see industry experts discuss the role that sustainability and resource efficiency professionals can play in changing how people think and act towards the circular economy.

  5. Circular Economy Theatre

    It is imperative that we develop new ways of doing business to ensure growth does not come at the expense of the world's diminishing natural resources, and that businesses are benefitting all aspects society through sustainability and resource efficiency. In this final session of Day 1, we will hear from the organisations that are doing just that.

22 May 2019
  1. Circular Economy Theatre

    Every revolution needs its leaders. And when it comes to the global resource revolution, those leaders are the businesses that are redesigning systems, shaking up business models and embracing a zero-waste mindset. This first session of Day 2 will hear from the inspirational business leaders that are accelerating the circular economy transition.

  2. Circular Economy Theatre
    “The big business plastics debate: part 2 (implementation)” Panel discussion: The next 'plastics' issue
  3. Circular Economy Theatre
    Supply chains and partnerships with:   Louise Nicholls, Corporate Head of Human Rights, Food sustainability and Food packaging, M&S Mark Dempsey, Sustainability Manager and Environmental Policy Adviso ...
  4. Circular Economy Theatre
    SMEs & the public sector: circular economy barriers & opportunities

2019 Sponsors

phs group

Energy

Resources

Mobility

Built Environment

Business Leadership