The circular economy is an economic system that is designed to be restorative and regenerative by nature. In a circular economy, waste and pollution are minimized, and resources are used in a sustainable manner. This is in contrast to the traditional linear economy, which is based on the take-make-use-dispose model, in which resources are extracted from the earth, used to create products, and then discarded as waste. In a circular economy, resources are kept in use for as long as possible, and then recovered and regenerated to create new products and materials. This helps to reduce the environmental impact of economic activity, and can also create new business opportunities and stimulate economic growth.
Promotivate has a leading group of expert keynote speakers focusing on the circular economy. These speakers have expertise in relevant topics such as sustainability, smart cities, the future of mobility and collaboration within the supply and production chains. Ask us for assistance to help identify a perfect speaker for an upcoming conference or event.