In our October 26th webinar we briefly covered some examples demonstrating circular economy. The audience was very engaged on the topic and asked many detailed questions. We ran out of time to go into more detail so we, in partnership with Sustainable Brands are bringing you a second webinar to dig deeper into actual examples of circular models. We’ll cover LCA as a tool for circular as well as examples from the packaging and building products industries.
In this second webinar we won’t be covering the theories behind Circular Economy. You may want to review our first webinar for that. This webinar will focus on actual examples from business of Circular Economy in action.
What You Will Learn:
- Understand how LCA can inform next steps in the development of circular models.
- See, in more detail, examples of how Circular Economy principles have been applied and integrated into companies to bring value to their organizations.
- Key considerations for embracing circular into packaging scenarios.
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About The Speakers
Lise Molander, thinkstep Principal Consultant of Circular Economy and Director of Strategic Accounts, Nordic Region
Lise is a principal consultant at thinkstep and an expert on innovation, design and implementation of sustainability strategies, supplier engagement, and alternative material selection. She has worked with circular economy since 2009, and is an expert in implementation of strategies, green business models, resource efficiency, alternative material selection, industrial symbiosis, and radical innovation processes. She has over 18 years of industrial and consultancy experience in sustainability, EHS, innovation, facilitation, eco-design, cradle-to-cradle and circular economy on corporate level.
Amy Costello, P.E., LEED-AP O+M
Sustainability Manager, Armstrong Flooring
Amy Costello, P.E., is responsible for developing and managing sustainability strategies and initiatives for Armstrong Flooring. Amy works closely with innovation, operations, and marketing on sustainability initiatives and serves as a liaison with all divisions to implement a unified global sustainability strategy. Amy is on the Board of Director's Technical Advisory Committee for US Green Building Council and chairs the ASTM’s Sustainable Manufacturing Sub-Committee. She holds a B.S. in biology from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and M.S. from Virginia Commonwealth University. Amy is a licensed Professional Engineer and a LEED-AP.