SOURCE: GreenMoney JournalDESCRIPTION:
Meet Circularity 21 Emerging Leaders, a group of 12 students and early-career professionals looking to drive the transition to a circular economy.
When it comes to advancing a circular economy, innovators are working around the world with these three principles in mind — design out waste and pollution, keep products and materials in use and regenerate natural systems.
During the recent GreenBiz Group’s Circularity 21 online event, multiple examples of this were discussed on the main stage. There were the giants Amazon and Apple. And there were the startups that competed during the Accelerate competition. But behind the scenes, there are even more people doing this important work, including the Circularity 21 Emerging Leaders, a group of 12 students and early-career professionals looking to drive the transition to a circular economy.
Read excerpts from post-event conversations with the 12 innovators in this article - along with written responses for emerging leaders who weren’t able to attend the discussion.
Find The Circularity '21 Emerging Innovators List and more at- https://greenmoney.com/12-young-circular-economy-innovators
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