The ‘circular economy’ is a buzzword across many industry and government initiatives at the moment, it is estimated by 2030 it will have an economic global worth of $4.5 trillion! Using circular principles in your business, community or professional practice has the potential to create economic value and social value. But what exactly is it? And what does it look like in practice?
This group is for anyone with an interest in the circular economy or circular principles. We welcome people from all industries, disciplines, professions and backgrounds to come along and learn about the circular economy and engage in discussion and networking.
In order to solve our complex environmental and social problems, we must meaningfully engage and inspire. This workshop will elevate your Responsible Business and Sustainability Strategy through the lens of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and show you how to bring your stakeholders on the journey.
“The SDG workshop was very insightful and helped me to make sense of the Principles of Responsible Business Strategy, SDGs and their application. I am thankful for having the opportunity to attend and learn. I would recommend this workshop to others” Duygu Caymaz, Sustainability Programs ANZ, Veolia
Presented by Asha Kayla from The Impact Faculty, in partnership with World’s Biggest Garage Sale, UQ Centre for Policy Futures and UQ Australian Institute for Business and Economics. If you’re interested in attending this workshop please contact us.