The Foundation is partnering with the Financial Times on a series of digital events exploring the circular economy.
Taking place over the coming weeks, the event series begins this week with the Global Moral Money Summit — Redefining Capitalism: Building Back Better, on the 30th September and 1st October.
Day two, the 1st October, will see the Foundation host a panel to discuss our recently published paper, Financing the Circular Economy.
The 50-minute session will be broadcast live at 18.00 GMT+1.
Rob Opsomer, the Foundation’s Executive Lead for Systemic Initiatives will be joined by panellists including Audrey Choi, CMO and CSO at Morgan Stanley, and Keith Tuffley, Global Co-Head, Sustainability & Corporate Transitions group, at Citi.
In addition, Joss Blériot, the Foundation’s Executive Lead for Institutions, Governments and Cities, will take part in the panel discussion The New Framework for Global Governance, on Day one, the 30th September.
In November, we will partner with the FT on two more events. On the 5th November we will launch our latest New Plastics Economy Global Commitment Progress Report at a dedicated Digital Dialogue, and on the 11th November our CEO Andrew Morlet will join Gillian Tett, Chair, Editorial Board, and Editor-at-large, US, Financial Times to examine how the circular economy can act as a tool to deliver on climate change.
We will share further details about these events soon.