Circularity in our day-to-day lives
Tuesday 4 June at 14.00-15.30
The majority of global emissions, over 70%, are induced by household consumption, not only through the use of electricity and fuels, but also the consumption of products and services. Considering current consumption levels, people in many developed countries would have to cut their lifestyle carbon footprints by about 80 to 90% or more, and some in developing countries by between 30 and 80% within the next 30 years. This session will discuss how our consumption patterns must change in order to meet challenging CO2e reduction goals.
|The circular economy and life transitions
Vanessa Timmer, Executive Director, One Earth See the presentation
|What financial services, innovations and businesses are needed to catalyse the change to sustainable lifestyles?
Markus Terho, Project Director, Sitra See the presentation
|Circular services and better living for the next billion
Per Stoltz, Circular and Waste Manager, Ingka Group (Formerly IKEA Group) See the presentation
|Circularity as a service in mobile phone recycling
Joost de Kluijver, Director, Closing the Loop See the presentation
|Panel discussion with speakers
Circular consumption in future homes
Per Stoltz, Circular and Waste Manager, Ingka Group (Formerly IKEA Group)