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Ever-increasing circles – how the circular economy transition delivers against wider policy agendas

Organiser: ReLondon

Presenters: Ann Pettifor, Lord Callanan, Alison McRae, Wayne Hubbard, Richard Bradbury, Sophia Wyatt, Victoria Lawson,


2:30pm - Introduction and welcome - Wayne Hubbard, CEO, ReLondon

2:35pm - Keynote - Global perspective: How circular economy meets not just environmental but also social and economic objectives - Ann Pettifor, political economist and Director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME)

2:50pm - National perspective: The role of circular economy in national policy and meeting Government objectives - Lord Callanan, Minister for Energy Efficiency and Green Finance, Department for Energy Security & Net Zero

3:00pm - City perspective: A view from London on policies and progress on circular economy - Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy (Invited)

3:10pm - Panel discussion: A view from UK circular cities and regions, chaired by Wayne Hubbard. Panellists: Alison McRae, Circular Glasgow; Rob Robinson, Kent County Council

3:40pm - Presentation: How financial services can both support and help drive circularity - Sonia Brown, UK Vice President of Government Engagement, Visa

3:50pm - Presentation: Local perspective: Working with business and the community to support a just transition - Cllr Deirdre Costigan, Deputy Leader, Ealing Council and Chair of Transport Environment Committee

3:55pm - Panel discussion: Making circular economy deliver for communities, chaired by Cllr Deirdre Costigan. Panellists: Antony Buchan, ReLondon; Victoria Lawson, LEDNet; Richard Bradbury, Camden Council; Sophia Wyatt, Library of Things; Chris Barrett, ThinkFOUND

4:25pm - Summary and closing remarks - Wayne Hubbard, CEO, ReLondon

4:30pm - Event closes