Circular Economy - Present & Future
19th June 2019 12.00hrs - 14.00hrs
MS.05 (Zeeman Building)
We at CERN would like to welcome all members of the research active staff at the University to our next event i.e. Circular Economy – Present & Future. Our esteemed speakers for the event are circular economy practitioners who will give us an insight into the current status of shift towards circular economy and an outlook to the future. There will be an opportunity to network at lunchtime. Please sign up as spaces are limited.
Peter is the founder and Chief Executive of International Synergies. Peter devised International Synergies’ flagship project the National Industrial Symbiosis Programme (NISP) and has since helped to see similar projects established in over 20 countries around the world. Peter graduated with a degree in Economics and Ecology from the University of Southampton and spent 18 years in the aerospace manufacturing industry as contracts and commercial manager at GEC Marconi, Smiths Industries and Meggitt Aviation & Marine before completing a second degree in Marine Environmental Management.
Clare Ollerenshaw, as the Circular Economy Manager at the London Waste and Recycling Board,pioneered the concept of circular economy with a wide range of stakeholders, developing it from a new idea to a key strategic objective for London. She has worked with politicians and senior stakeholders at every level from both business and the public sector to co-create city-wide policy, and has built a number of lasting partnerships which have yielded new insights, business model pilots and progress in the way that circular economy can be delivered collaboratively in a city. Clare produced the first ever route map for London to guide the city’s move to a more circular economy, and led the organisation in what we suspect was the world’s first circular economy week in June 2018. Since April 2019, Clare has been working as a freelance circular economy consultant.
Please do register for attendance and catering purposes.
Please note that lunch will be available from 12.00 noon until 12.30pm outside the meeting room in the Zeeman Building. The session will commence at 12.30pm in MS.05. The room is located on the second floor of the building. There is lift and stair access.
For further information please contact cern at warwick dot ac dot uk