IDEO’s Lauren Yarmuth on the cultural conditions for circularity

July 15, 2019 by  
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What if the limitations to realizing a circular economy lay not only in new and innovative approaches, but also in enabling cultural conditions critical for them to take hold? What if, in our quest for more, better, faster, prettier, newer… we lost the thread between who we are and what is happening around us? What if the role of business needs to start, not just with circular practices, but with designing for connection between people?

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Ron Gonen, Erika Karp and Emily Landsburg: Financing circularity & unlocking catalytic capital

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Ron Gonen, Erika Karp and Emily Landsburg discuss how stakeholders are beginning to unlock value and create a lasting positive impact on the environment as they pivot towards circularity.

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MGM Resorts International’s Yalmaz Siddiqui: What’s cooked in Vegas, stays in Vegas

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The region of Las Vegas presents a unique and surprising contrast to this present day norm. Food waste of all types is often up-cycled to the right destination not down-cycled to lower value. Learn what happens in Vegas: MGM Resorts, the predominant hospitality player in the city is ready to share.

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William McDonough: Not just circular, but safe

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William McDonough discusses the importance of first ensuring that materials are safe and healthy when designing for circularity.

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Beth Rattner and John Anderson Lanier: Ray of hope prize

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Seven international teams have spent the past year working with experts and mentors to bring their biomimicry innovations closer to market. These teams take the stage at Circularity 19 to find out who will win the world’s premiere biomimicry design award, the $100,000 Ray of Hope Prize®, sponsored by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation.

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