- Liz Goodwin, CEO at WRAP, gave the introduction, with an overview of why the circular economy is working.
- Authors of the report Peter Mitchell, head of economics at WRAP, and Julian Morgan, chief economist at Green Alliance, presented their findings. They showed how development of the circular economy in Britain can help to tackle key labour market challenges, such as regional and occupational unemployment, and create net jobs for the economy.
- See our infographic, shown at the event, which highlights the main conclusions of the research.
- — The Restart Project (@RestartProject)Tue, Jan 20 2015 18:52:23A reused mobile phone retains 40% of its original value, compared to only 0.25% if it goes to recycling says Peter Mitchell #CEisworking
- — Bridget Jackson (@BridgetHJ)Tue, Jan 20 2015 20:10:52
- — The Restart Project (@RestartProject)Tue, Jan 20 2015 18:58:34
- — Lynne Ceeney (@LynneCeeney)Tue, Jan 20 2015 18:56:48
- — David Powell (@powellds)Tue, Jan 20 2015 19:09:36
- — Resource Association (@Res_Association)Tue, Jan 20 2015 19:18:30
- — Transform Treasury (@transformHMT)Tue, Jan 20 2015 19:26:06
What kind of jobs will a circular economy create?
On 20 January 2015, Green Alliance and WRAP's debate with a panel of leading experts, including the 'father' of the circular economy Walter R Stahel, discussed the employment benefits for Britain of a more circular economy. It launched major new research by economists at Green Alliance and WRAP.
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