CEV designed a series of workshops to provide clarity on how to apply circular economy principles within your own life, while supporting the systems transformation of your greater communities.
1. Each participant envisions their own journey to circularity
2. Participants see new opportunities by applying circular principles and systems thinking to their goals
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating in another similar workshop or if you are interested in CEV delivering the workshop to your community / workplace.
May 21, 2020
coVID-19: The Impact on Circular Fashion Retail
CEV partnered with Good Thing Australia to unpack the opportunities for retailers and consumers to build on sustainable, ethical and circular practices.
RMIT entrepreneurship week 2020: Social Innovation Hackaton
CEV members were coaches during the 2020 entrepreneurship week focused on Social Innovation. CEV guided participants in their paradigm shifts to circularity and systems thinking to develop innovating solutions towards a healthier, more liveable, more resilient Victoria.
Activator’s eighth LaunchHUB – meet the startups here
April 28, 2020
Circular Economy: an opportunity to restart
Discussion with Bubusi, creating abundance through sustainable sharing. Bubusi has developed a software to easily manage a Library of Things to share equipment, tools and appliances within a community.
Exploring Victoria's Circular Economy Policy issue paper
In July 2019, the Victorian government (Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning DELWP) had released an issues paper on a Circular Economy for Victoria. It had been opened up for feedback to help the Victorian Government to understand the benefits and limitations of a circular economy in Victoria and determine which areas to prioritise for further work.
CEV hosted an event on to get input from the community and consolidated the answers to send out to DELWP.
From the feedback, DELWP has developed the final policy.