As a part of the Auckland Climate Festival 2021 we will be holding a talk online at 2pm on October 26. #ACF21
Transitioning to a circular economy is imperative if we are to mitigate the impacts of climate change. One approach is to look at our waste holistically and recognise that it is a valuable resource. Processing organic waste more efficiently leads to a vast reduction in GHG emissions, energy efficiency, and recovery of nutrients. By treating waste as valuable, we can create a virtuous cycle of improved public health, water quality and reduce dependence on chemical farming inputs.
Join Matthew Jackson and Harmaan Madon to learn about what it takes to build a circular economy.
This webinar will be relevant for anyone working in policy, procurement, or sustainability; in council, government, or primary industry.
1. Transition engineering for the built environment
2. Biomimicry helps engineer more efficient waste systems