Join us at the 2023 Zero Waste Conference – an annual confluence of visionaries, innovators, and thought leaders committed to a future without waste. This year, we dive deep into the power of circular economy and regenerative principles to drive climate action.
Uniting champions and practitioners from across business, government, and civil society, our event is a celebration of transformational change. Experience the power of the circular economy, witness its prowess in driving climate action, and marvel at how industry leaders and organizations are deploying it to construct a sustainable future.
Today, a staggering 8-10% of global greenhouse gas emissions can be traced back to our clothing. In a world where less than 1% of our garments are recycled, there’s an urgent need for change. Dive deep into a transformative approach to textiles that doesn’t just reduce harm or waste but actively integrates regenerative principles to restore the environments it impacts.
At the intersection of industry innovation, government regulation, and climate action lies the enigma of plastic waste. Are we at a pivotal moment, one where businesses, communities, and corporations are ready to align and create a circular economy for plastics?
Cities are complex ecosystems, sustained by intricate systems like buildings, waste management and water infrastructure. As we step into the future, these urban systems must not only coexist but contribute positively to cities that are circular, waste-free, and low in greenhouse emissions.
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