With COVID still rampant other news is subdued, but circular economy is ever more in focus as investment in infrastructure - the European Green Deal for example - is going to change the pace for both researchers and for business. As we look towards recovery and finally engaging fully with the climate emergency it seems the right time to ask if today's companies can make the change.

Our upcoming 2nd webinar of the season, hosted by IS4CE and Katie Whalen from “Getting In The Loop”,  has contributions from Safiya Ahmad, Anna Barford and Sara Fallah around the theme “Circular transitions: Will incumbent companies make it?” In this seminar, we will hear from researchers working with incumbent firms to learn about the approaches companies are currently taking. 

*The Zoom link is available in the members area (top menu once logged in) for both affiliates and full members on the day. A recording of the webinar will be made archived for full members. The date of this webinar is Dec 2nd 16.30 CET

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We look forward to seeing you then.

The Panelists

 

Sara Fallahi

Sara Fallahi

Senior researcher at RISE

Sara Fallahi is a senior researcher at the Research Institute of Sweden (RISE) where she focuses on circular economy and digital innovation

Safiya Ahmad

Safiya Ahmad

Research Assistant in Pathways to a Circular Economy, University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

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Anna Barford

Anna Barford

Prince of Wales Fellow in Pathways to a Circular Economy, supported by Unilever, University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

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IS4CE will support these members' events through 2021 please email your suggestions. We can provide the platform and suggest moderators and tech support.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Your audience will be IS4CE members so its easy to get straight to the detail or bigger picture. 

Special Issue of Circular Economy and Sustainability.
Members who had conference papers accepted will have contacted the Editor in Chief if they would like to discuss possible inclusion of a version of their work for submission to this peer reviewed Special Issue. (see general notice below about the Journal, the special issue and contact details) Reminder - Deadline for final submissions is December 27th.

The call for papers is open to those who did not present at IS4CE2020 so abstracts please (see general notice)

Conference Proceedings 
This publication is slated for release on December 8th. Members will receive free digital versions at that time but print editions can be supplied at cost via a print on demand service (details to follow)

Ken Webster Director of the IS4CE (2020)

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