Discover the Opportunities in a Circular Economy

Are you curious about how we can build an economy that is sustainable, resilient and regenerative by design? Join our Circular Economy Collage workshop to explore the principles and potential of a circular model.

What is the Circular Economy Collage?

The Circular Economy Collage is an interactive 3 hour workshop that introduces the key concepts of a circular economy in a visual and engaging way.

Participants work together to place cards representing different aspects of circularity on a large canvas, gradually building a complete “collage” that illustrates how a circular economy works.

Through the collage methodology, you will:

  • Understand the limitations of our current linear “take-make-waste” model
  • Learn about circular principles like designing out waste, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems
  • Discover innovative examples of circular design, business models and policies in practice
  • Reflect on the role you can play in accelerating the transition to a circular economy

Why Join a Circular Economy Collage Workshop?

The circular economy offers a compelling vision for a thriving economy that operates within planetary boundaries.

By participating in the Collage, you will:

  • Gain a solid understanding of circular economy concepts and their practical applications
  • Get inspired by the many benefits and opportunities in shifting to a circular model, from cost savings to new revenue streams to strengthened supply chains
  • Connect with like-minded professionals and identify potential areas for collaboration
  • Leave with tangible next steps for integrating circular principles into your work

Grounded in Leading Research and Expertise

The Circular Economy Collage is based on the latest insights from institutions at the forefront of circular economy thinking and practice, such as the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and Circle Economy.

Our expert facilitators have extensive experience supporting businesses, policymakers and educators in their circular journeys.