What steps does Canada need to take to integrate into the global circular economy? What will success look like in terms of the Canadian economy? Our lives? Our communities?
These questions and more will be explored at Metro Vancouver’s 2019 Zero Waste Conference where thought leaders, change makers and innovators from Canada and around the globe will share their dreams, their passions, their ideas, their experiences and their commitment to drive change towards a circular economy.
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