Don't miss Introducing the Circular Economy: Environmental Opportunities for Cultural Heritage, the next ROCK webinar. 

The circular economy is a regenerative model designed to keep products and materials at their highest value and functionality for as long as possible through continuous cycles of reclamation and remanufacture. It is an alternative to the current “linear” economic model based on extraction, manufacture and disposal of resources (i.e. take, make, use and dispose), creating waste and toxic flows at each stage of the process.

In this interactive webinar, Lucy Latham, Policy and Cities Programme Lead at Julie's Bicycle will be joined by guest speakers Philip Guthrie from Circular London and Tamara Streefland from Metabolic. They will be introducing the principles of the circular economy and showcasing what local governments are doing to encourage more circular systems and projects within their cities. Participants will also have a chance to ask questions and receive recommendations on what they can do within their workplaces to adopt more circular economy practices.

This webinar is part of the EU Horizon 2020 ROCK project. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730280.