Cities play a key role in implementing circular economy solutions. This session will discuss the opportunities of urban biocycles and closing the loop on food value-chains. What kind of solutions exist for producing food for a global population that is becoming more and more urbanised?
|14:30||Introduction by the moderator Ashima Sukhdev, Ellen MacArthur Foundation|
|Urban biocycles see presentation
Jocelyn Blériot, Executive officer, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
|Circular Food Systems in Cities – Case Yokohama see presentation
Kazuo Fukuyama, Director General, Resources and Waste Recycling Bureau, City of Yokohama
|Case example: Circular Economy around food
Noriko Ishizaka, President, Ishizaka Sangyo Ltd. see presentation
Yoshie Munakata, Business Innovation Producer, B. Grove Inc. see presentation
|Panel Discussion: How can circular economy solutions help fast growing cities?
Miriam Otoo, Senior economist, the International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
Koichi Takahashi, CEO, Japan Food Ecology Center
Yvonne Yang, Program Officer, ICLEI East Asia Secreteriat