Circular City: Creating a Sustainable Circular Plan

Circular City: Creating a Sustainable Circular Plan
Learn how cities are striving to become a global leader in environmental sustainability, balancing economic growth while preserving natural resources. To this end, cities are becoming more circular, a new, regenerative economic model designed to produce zero waste and the potential to generate hundreds of jobs and significant revenue.  10-11 AM Central time

After attending this session, participants will be better able to:
- explain what Circular cities are.
- describe how Circular Cities work and what solutions they create.
- discuss the connections that Circular Cities create to sustainability practices.

This program is sponsored by the APWA Center for Sustainability (C4S).

Michael Simpson, P.E, Industrial Waste Management Division, Los Angeles/CA
Jean-Charles Guinot, US Network Manager, Ellen MacArthur Foundation 
Victoria O. Johnson, Director Solid Waste Services and Circular Charlotte, City of Charlotte


11:00 AM-12:00 PM Eastern     10:00-11:00 AM Central     9:00-10:00 AM Mountain     8:00-9:00 AM Pacific

Registration: Members $0; Nonmembers $99

A recording of this program will be available through the Members' Library within one week of the live program.

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Click, Listen & Learn Contact Information:

Registration Questions:  Raye LaViolet, (800) 848-2792 ext. 5272,
Program Questions:  Katherine Anderson, (800) 848-2792 ext. 5217,
Troubleshooting Team:  (800) 848-2792,

4/25/2019 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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