How well do you know the circular economy?

It’s not a new idea, but a term that has gone from relative obscurity only five years ago, to something which any serious CEO now has on their radar. Understanding the concept is one thing; implementing a framework which requires whole systems change is quite another. Join the Ellen MacArthur Foundation as we discuss both the concept and how businesses and governments have begun to take it on.

In this episode, we speak with Ken Webster, Head of Innovation and Ella Jamsin, Research Manager, both of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.

This podcast was recorded as part of the 2016 Disruptive Innovation Festival. Find out more at Check out the rest of the Circulate Podcast series two here.

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Colin Webster

Colin Webster

Colin joined the Ellen MacArthur Foundation in 2012. He has taken on a variety of roles within the education team, and these days works predominantly on curating content for the Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF), supporting the development of the Schmidt MacArthur Fellowship and creating educational resources in a variety of formats. Colin lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, and enjoys playing with his children at the beach. And drinking whisky.

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