With support from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Pioneer University Network*, from 16th to 18th June 2018 the University of Exeter is hosting an international academic symposium on Circular economy research and practice and its potential to realign global and local economic and business practice with creating economic, natural and social capital.  The Symposium will provide a forum to explore current research and practice in the circular economy, and to discuss future challenges and innovation in the area.

The Conseil Européen de Remanufacture, managed by Oakdene Hollins, will be running a 90-minute workshop on the role academic research could play in accelerating the remanufacturing agenda in Europe. 

For further information on the workshop, please contact owain.griffiths@remancouncil.eu

Further information about the symposium is available from the external link below. 

 

*Arizona State University, Cranfield University, Delft University of Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Bradford, University College London, University São Paulo

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