Circular Fashion, Zero Waste, and Closing Textile Loops with Lynn Wilson | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Circular Fashion, Zero Waste, and Closing Textile Loops with Lynn Wilson | Getting in the Loop Podcast

GETTING IN THE LOOP PODCAST   1 Circular Fashion, Zero Waste, and Closing Textile Loops with Lynn Wilson Episode 013: Podcast Show Notes Today on the podcast we’re chatting with Lynn Wilson about circular textiles and diving into the design and production side, talking about zero waste fashion and recycling. We also talk about the consumption side of things, looking at what we’re doing in our wardrobes and how we look after and dispose of our clothing.   Podcast Highlights and Circular Economy Takeaways 4:30 Lynn’s background and journey to her current research 12:00 Tech for zero waste textiles production – is it happening? 19:00 Opportunities for reuse and second-hand clothing and why some customers say no to secondhand 31:30 What you can do and shifting to a ‘Buyerarchy of Needs’ by borrowing, renting or leasing 35:30 Looking towards the future and challenges with closing loops in textiles and apparel Learn More About Circular Fashion WRAP UK's Sustainable Clothing Action Plan (Website) Zero Waste Scotland 'Valuing Our Clothes' (Report) Well Dressed? University of Cambridge Institute...
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What Circular Economy Can Learn from Lean and Green with Keivan Zokaei | Getting in the Loop Podcast

What Circular Economy Can Learn from Lean and Green with Keivan Zokaei | Getting in the Loop Podcast

GETTING IN THE LOOP PODCAST   1 What Circular Economy Can Learn from Lean and Green Thinking with Keivan Zokaei Episode 012: Podcast Show Notes Today on the show we’re diving into the world of lean thinking with lean and green expert Dr. Keivan Zokaei. In this episode we learn about what it means to be lean and green, diving into the Japanese roots of lean thinking and exploring what we can learn from the concept when it comes to the circular economy. Podcast Highlights and Circular Economy Takeaways 4:30 What is lean? What does it mean to be lean? 9:00 What does it mean to be lean and green - why do initiatives fail? 15:00 Saving resources and money: Examples of lean and green from practice 30:00 The most overlooked part of circular economy Learn More About Circular Economy and Lean & Green Creating a Lean and Green Business System (Book) Enterprize Excellence (Website) SA Partners (Website) Share this post ...
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Where to Study Circular Economy with Tim Forslund | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Where to Study Circular Economy with Tim Forslund | Getting in the Loop Podcast

GETTING IN THE LOOP PODCAST   1 Where to Study Circular Economy and CE Education Courses Around the World with Tim Forslund Episode 011: Podcast Show Notes Tim Forslund tells us about the ‘Learning Landscape Research’ he conducted at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation where he spent six months investigating the circular economy learning offerings that are available both online and at higher education institutions. Tune in to find out which two unexpected countries are leading the way with circular economy learning offerings and hear how circular economy concepts are currently being taught around the world. Podcast Highlights and Circular Economy Takeaways 3:30 The why and how behind the Learning Landscape Research 10:45 How Finland and the Netherlands are leading the way as places to study circular economy 12:45 Examples of courses around the world and what we can learn from how circular economy is being taught 17:30 What educators think is most important when teaching circular economy concepts20:45 Future trends and opportunities for linking finance, law, and digital to circular...
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Is There Enough Cobalt for Electric Cars and Can Circular Economy Help? | Getting in the Loop Podcast

Is There Enough Cobalt for Electric Cars and Can Circular Economy Help? | Getting in the Loop Podcast

GETTING IN THE LOOP PODCAST   1 Is There Enough Cobalt for Electric Cars and Can Circular Economy Help? with Katherine Whalen Episode 010: Podcast Show Notes Today we’re doing something new! I’m recapping my trip to Cambridge for the one-day ‘Future of electric mobility and material demands’ Short Course organized by SusCritMat. In the past ten years, global sales of electric vehicles have increased yearly. Right now we have more than 4 million electric vehicles on the road globally, and by 2040, there could be up to 900 million electric vehicles. But will the supply of battery materials such as lithium and cobalt be able to keep up with the demand for electric vehicles? Tune in to this week’s episode to uncover this question and more issues surrounding this topic. Podcast Highlights and Circular Economy Takeaways 4:40 Will supply be able to match demand for cobalt and lithium? 8:30 Is circular economy a solution? 12:45 What other potential changes and solutions are there? Learn More About Circular Economy and Critical...
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