IGCC May Member Meeting: Wednesday 11 May
May 11 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
A circular economy discussion paper – what it means for investors and their climate objectives
The “circular economy” is a concept that businesses, communities and governments are increasingly applying to help meet their climate change objectives. A circular economy focuses on value creation, and, as an economic model, it is designed to be restorative and regenerative.
The move from a linear to a circular economy is pivotal to reaching a net zero emissions economy by 2050 or sooner. To support investors and IGCC members in considering the implementation of a circular economy, our Transparency & Thought Leadership working group is preparing a discussion paper for investors to unpack this concept.
The paper will outline why investors who employ and advocate for circular economy principles may be better positioned to reduce emissions and restore resilience, reduce risk and create opportunities.
Join us for a pre-release briefing of the discussion paper, on what a circular economy looks like for investors, the ways companies are thinking about circularity, and some high-level insights from investors already implementing circular economy principles in their investments and portfolios.
IGCC would also like to acknowledge the contribution of Coreo to the development of this paper.
12.30pm – 1.30pm AEST | 2.30pm – 3.30pm NZST
*NB: All members will need to register via the link above to receive their zoom link. Please do not forward your zoom link, all attendees are required to register ahead of the meeting.
This session will be recorded and made accessible to the IGCC member base.