We are delighted to say that Craig Jones is actively involved in both Ecobuild, the world’s largest green building event, and Resource Event, which is the world’s first annual event dedicated to the circular economy.
Craig is chairing and speaking in a seminar on water on Tuesday 3rd March and will be chairing a full day of talks for Resource Event on Thursday 5th March.
The session for Ecobuild on water is called “Water: The New Carbon: How Should Industry Respond” where Craig will chair and speak. The talks in this session are shown below:
ISO 14046: Water Footprinting – What does it mean for construction? Dr Craig Jones, Director, Circular Ecology
Challenges in implementing a water footprinting strategy David Riley, Carbon Manager, Anglian Water
Water footprinting in practice Joanna Goodwin, Senior Environmental Engineer, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Identifying business value in water footprinting Hugh Jones, Managing Director, Advisory, The Carbon Trust
We are also delighted to be chairing a full day of talks for Resource Event on Thursday 5th March. Craig will be chairing the #LivingCircular theatre.
This is particularly prominent because Circular Ecology was inspired by the fields of ‘circular economy’ and ‘industrial ecology’, both of which are about keeping resources flowing within society and away from landfill.
In essence, the end can also be a new beginning and this inspired our logo (picture top right), which is a Möbius Strip. Follow it around – it has no start and no end – it’s purely circular by design – Circular Ecology.
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