A circular economy has long been a very good idea. Rather than using raw materials to make products that are then thrown away, a circular system recycles products after use back into the manufacturing process. Also known as “closed loop” or “cradle-to-cradle”, it makes good business sense: procurement and sourcing is more secure and transparent, it’s cheaper and also happens to be much more environmentally friendly. But if that’s the case, why aren’t more companies doing it? And what can be done to move the circular economy into the mainstream?
Join us for an inspiring and informative lunchtime presentation by MP, Lance Greyling. Lance is Chief Whip and Environmental and Energy Spokesperson for the Independent Democrats and will be joining the dots for us with the key initiatives that affect South Africa with Climate Change. There is an opportunity to network and grab a bite to […]
ABOUT THE SEMINAR: There is no doubt that business will be forced to adapt to a more sustainable model to generate a profit in future – so knowing what these words mean and how to implement a sustainable strategy into your business model will certainly be more ‘need to know’ rather than ‘nice to have’. […]