Transcript: What is a Critical Raw Material and Can We Learn Strategic Materials Management from Historical Examples?

Transcript: What is a Critical Raw Material and Can We Learn Strategic Materials Management from Historical Examples? SEE THE SHOW NOTES AND LISTEN AT: What is a Critical Raw Material and Can We Learn Strategic Materials Management from Historical Examples? with David Peck   Katie Whalen [00:00:00] Getting in the Loop Podcast, episode 1: What is a critical raw material and can we learn strategic materials management from historical examples with David Peck?   [00:00:15] Hi, I'm Katie Whalen and join me each week as I talk with experts around the globe about Circular economy. You'll find out what's being done to make it a reality and if it can really solve the problems it promises. It's time for Getting in the Loop.   [00:00:37] Thank you for tuning in to one of the first ever episodes of Getting in the Loop. I'm thrilled you have joined and I have some exciting episodes lined up for you coming your way soon. Today on Getting in the Loop, we're...
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Designing Materials and Emotionally Durable Products for a Circular Economy with Merryn Haines-Gadd | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Designing Materials and Emotionally Durable Products for a Circular Economy with Merryn Haines-Gadd | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Designing Materials and Emotionally Durable Products for a Circular Economy with Merryn Haines-Gadd Episode 039: Podcast Show Notes Today we’re talking about design and innovation for a circular economy! I’m joined by Dr. Merryn Haines-Gadd from the University of Exeter’s Centre for Circular Economy. In this episode, you will learn about emotionally durable design and the nine product longevity strategies that are relevant for circular economy. You will also hear about the fascinating new world of self-healing materials and the various applications where they are being applied to help extend product lifetimes.    Learn More About Circular Economy Exeter Centre for Circular Economy Manufacturing Immortality Project Ken Webster Podcast Episode Transcript for this episode Related Podcast Episodes from Getting in the Loop Where to Study Circular Economy with Tim Forslund | Getting in the Loop Podcast Two Rules for the Circular Economy with Ken Webster | Getting in the Loop Podcast Make Future Fashion Circular with Helene Smits | Getting in the Loop Podcast   About Today's Guest Dr. Merryn Haines-Gadd Dr. Merryn Haines-Gadd is...
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Circular Conversations and a New Economy with Emanuele Di Francesco  | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Circular Conversations and a New Economy with Emanuele Di Francesco | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Circular Conversations and a New Economy with Emanuele Di Francesco Episode 038: Podcast Show Notes Today we are getting in the loop with Emanuele Di Francesco, founder of the online platform Circular Conversations. In this episode, you will learn about Circular Conversations, a platform where Emanuele engages with leaders in thinking related to the circular economy. You will also hear about Emanuele's work setting up circular economy projects at the Unknown Group. Learn More About Circular Economy Circular Coversations Unknown Group Transcript for this episode Related Podcast Episodes from Getting in the Loop Where to Study Circular Economy with Tim Forslund | Getting in the Loop Podcast Two Rules for the Circular Economy with Ken Webster | Getting in the Loop Podcast Make Future Fashion Circular with Helene Smits | Getting in the Loop Podcast   About Today's Guest Emanuele di Francesco Emanuele Di Francesco is founder of the online platform Circular Conversations. He is a passionate researcher and entrepreneur in the space of the circular economy, with an interest in opening...
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Circular Business Models and Entrepreneurship in a Circular Economy with Katherine Whalen  | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Circular Business Models and Entrepreneurship in a Circular Economy with Katherine Whalen | Getting in the Loop Podcast

What is the Circular Economy Game In the Loop? with Katherine Whalen Episode 037: Podcast Show Notes It’s our last episode of 2019! Today I’m sharing an episode I recorded about circular business models with Steven Curtis and Sofie Sandin, two of my colleagues at the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University. This episode originally appeared on the ‘Advancing Sustainable Solutions’ podcast that Sofie and Steven co-host at the IIIEE. I wanted to share it with you all because of the insight into circular business models! In the episode we address two main questions: What are circular business models? How can entrepreneurs contribute to the circular economy? As part of the latter question, I share a bit about what we’re learning in the C://BOOT program, where I helped mentor twenty-one budding circular economy entrepreneurs this past fall. This episode is actually the first of three episodes from ‘Advancing Sustainable Solutions’ on business in a circular economy. You can find links to the...
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Circular Change and National Circular Economy Roadmaps with Ladeja Godina Košir | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Circular Change and National Circular Economy Roadmaps with Ladeja Godina Košir | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Circular Change and National Circular Economy Roadmaps with Ladeja Godina Košir Episode 036: Podcast Show Notes In today’s episode, you’ll hear about Ladeja’s work to create a Circular Economy Roadmap for Slovenia and how she is working with people all over the world to implement circular change. Ladeja and I reflect on the importance of considering culture when discussing circular economy, and Ladeja shares some examples from her work in Norway and the Americas. We also talk about leadership for a circular economy and what it means to be a circular economy leader. This is something I was eager to hear from Ladeja about since I find her to be an inspirational circular economy leader, and in the episode, Ladeja share her thoughts about the qualities and capabilities that she thinks are necessary for today’s CE leaders.    Learn More About Circular Economy and Topics in this Episode European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform Circular Change The Circulars Transcript for this episode   About the Show Getting In the Loop is a...
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India and the Circular Economy (Part 2): Examples from the Off-Grid Solar Industry with Lucyl Staub | Getting in the Loop Podcast

India and the Circular Economy (Part 2): Examples from the Off-Grid Solar Industry with Lucyl Staub | Getting in the Loop Podcast

India and the Circular Economy (Part 2): Examples from the Off-Grid Solar Industry with Lucyl Staub Episode 035: Podcast Show Notes It’s time for the second and final episode in our two-part series on the circular economy in India. Last week we were joined by a special guest host, Lucyl Staub to learn about the current state of India and the circular economy. This week, Lucyl returns to guide us through conversations with experts to discover more about the future of circular economy in India. As part of looking ahead, Lucyl also investigates the off-grid solar industry in India, looking at how to encourage the repair, reuse, and re-manufacturing of off-grid solar panels. This two-part special makes a great follow up to Episode 005’ Why Asia is Key to the Future of Circular Economy with Adrienna Zsakay’. You can find Adrienna’s episode as well as links to other resources mentioned in this episode in the show notes on our website at www.gettinginthelooppodcast.com. Interviewee's Description Ulhas Parlikar Ulhas...
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India and the Circular Economy (Part 1) with Lucyl Staub | Getting in the Loop Podcast

India and the Circular Economy (Part 1) with Lucyl Staub | Getting in the Loop Podcast

India and the Circular Economy (Part 1) with Lucyl Staub Episode 034: Podcast Show Notes In this special two-part episode, we’re learning about the state of the Circular Economy in India! This episode is a never before on the Getting in the Loop podcast because we have a special guest host, Lucyl Staub. Lucyl and I worked in collaboration on this episode and she will take over for me in a lot of the episode, guiding us through interviews with experts to discover more about how India is moving towards a more circular economy. In this episode (Part One), we’ll discover the current state of circular economy in India. And, in Part Two, we will hear more about the future of circular economy in India as well as from Lucyl about the research that brought her to India in the first place! This episode is a great follow up to Episode 005 ‘Why Asia is Key to the Future of Circular Economy with Adrienna...
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Open Source Circularity and Creativity with Lars Zimmermann | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Open Source Circularity and Creativity with Lars Zimmermann | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Open Source Circularity and Creativity with Lars Zimmermann Episode 033: Podcast Show Notes What does design have to do with a circular economy? Find out from Lars Zimmermann, a self-described Artist, Designer, and Activist. In this episode, you’ll learn about Open Source Circular Economy Days and the workshops Lars runs to engage people in circular economy concepts, including that of ‘pre-use,’ which you’ll hear him explain more in-depth. And last but not least, Lars also shares some exciting news about the work he is doing regarding circular economy education. Learn More About Circular Economy and Topics in this Episode Mifactori Open Source Circular Economy Days Michel Bauwens Episode Transcript for this episode About the Show Getting In the Loop is a weekly podcast dedicated to exploring how to transform to a more circular society. Join host Katie Whalen as she examines the challenges facing our current resource use and discovers alternatives to the ‘take, make, dispose’ way of doing things. Each week she interviews circular economy experts about...
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Redesigning Jeans and Sustainable Denim for a Circular Economy with Jordan Nodarse | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Redesigning Jeans and Sustainable Denim for a Circular Economy with Jordan Nodarse | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Redesigning Jeans and Sustainable Denim for a Circular Economy with Jordan Nodarse Episode 032: Podcast Show Notes Today we’re getting in the loop with Jordan Nodarse, who is the founder of Boyish Jeans and a California native with a deep passion for sustainable practices in fashion. In this episode, Jordan and I dive into Boyish Jeans discussing their production practices and all things circular denim. Jordan takes me through how he initially found out about circular economy and how he now aims to set the standard for production practices with Boyish Jeans. This episode is a great follow-up to Getting in the Loop Episode 003 where Helene Smits and I explored the future of circular fashion. As you will hear, Boyish has adopted many of the practices discussed in that episode. You can find Episode 003 as well as well as the show notes to this episode on our website at gettinginthelooppodcast.com Learn More About Circular Economy and Topics in this Episode Episode 003 with...
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What is the Circular Economy and Key Principles with Rebecca Kimber | Getting in the Loop Podcast

What is the Circular Economy and Key Principles with Rebecca Kimber | Getting in the Loop Podcast

What is the Circular Economy and Key Principles with Rebecca Kimber Episode 031: Podcast Show Notes It’s time to go back to some circular economy basics! In this episode, you'll hear how Rebecca Kimber and I explain circular economy, why we were drawn to circular economy in the first place, and what continues to get us excited about it. This episode is a little different from our normal Getting in the Loop episodes because we originally recorded it for Rebecca to use on her website and podcast, and I wanted to share it with you as well. This would be a good episode to share with your friends, family, or colleagues outside of the circular economy bubble as we try not to talk too technical! Podcast Highlights and Circular Economy Takeaways Circular economy basic principles and the two main concepts for circular business models How to slow and close resource flows using cell phones as an example Why individuals alone cannot be responsible for creating a...
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