On Demand provides access to conference sessions, panel discussions, online worksheets and more following the November conference. Circularity On Demand is complimentary for conference delegates.

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Watch the full Circularity conference from the comfort of your own home!

With Circularity On Demand, you’ll be able to access Circularity’s full 2022 program at your own convenience and revisit any session as many times as you wish. Plus, you can download speaker’s presentation slides. If you were unable to attend the conference for any reason, don’t miss this opportunity to hear from 100+ of the world’s leading circular economy thinkers.

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Watch our favourite conference highlights

With Arthur Huang, MINIWIZ

A thought-provoking keynote on the economic, environmental and social imperative of the circular economy. From facts and figures to a new narrative of how we want to live this keynote will make it irrefutably clear that the future economy is circular.

With leading circular economy experts

Buildings and precincts lock in long term impacts at design and build. How we build circular communities to be zero carbon, zero waste and with next-gen water and transport solutions is critical to a sustainable, circular future.

With Stuart Smith, Holcim Foundation, & our expert panel

The built environment plays an essential role in establishing the foundations of, and supporting a circular economy. This session explores the considerations, principles and practices that must be implemented to ensure a sustainable and circular built future.

With the ACE Hub team and technical supporters

Collaboration is key to Australia’s transition to a circular economy. The State of Circularity in Australia 2022 report is an example of collaboration in action between the ACE Hub team and the ACE Hub Technical Supporters Edge Environment, MRA Consulting Group, Point. Advisory, Thinkable Partners, ThinkPlace and thinkstep-anz.

With RMIT, BINGO, Circular Australia and more

The circular economy can contribute to completing the picture of emissions reduction by transforming the way we make and use products. What's the evidence and what does it tell us about resource use, growth and decline? How do we use this to action efforts to tackle this crisis now? Experts explore the use of virgin and secondary materials, and the importance to conserve our natural resources.

With Ashleigh Morris and our expert panel

Find out what role Product as a Service plays in the circular economy, alongside the challenges, successes and the responsibility of businesses in maintaining quality of service in sharing platforms. From insights into how platforms can be delivered locally, to finding the right tech solutions; hear from those who are pushing Product as a Service as a priority.

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