Leveraging Circularity: Science, Business, and Community
Local communities, policy makers, and businesses large and small – especially in big cities – all stand to benefit from deploying circular economy strategies to reduce emissions, reimagine growth, and build community resilience and local economies.
The event will include a panel moderated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, breakout roundtable discussions, and a keynote address by Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine. Participants will connect with leaders from science, business, policy, and community organizations to discuss how big cities can leverage the power of circularity in their climate planning, starting today.
Ngozi Okaro, Founder and executive director, Custom Collaborative Bruce Usher, Professor, Columbia Business School Rahsaan Harris, CEO, Citizen’s Committee for New York Kate Daly, Founder and director, Closed Loop Partners Moderator: Michelle Tulac, Senior Project Manager, Ellen MacArthur Foundation.