What if making stuff not only had less impact, but had none—or even improved our air, water, or soil?
The next step in sustainable production is the circular economy. We are leaving behind the old ideas of make, use, dispose and the wasteful world that is the result of that tired, linear thinking. The future is one in which products are made transparently; are built to last; hold value throughout their use phase; and at end-of-life can be transformed, recovered, or otherwise improve the environment.
We have an architect who worked on Carmel Place, the micro-apartment concept in Manhattan, the sustainability leads from two pioneering corporations in automotive and fashion, a former human rights lawyer turned sustainable fashion pioneer, and the foremost expert on cradle-to-cradle thinking.
In short, it’s going to be a night of huge, cross-industry ideas.
To entice you even further, we’ll have cocktails by Owl’s Brew, healthy bites by SweetGreen, beverages by Health-Ade Kombucha, and we found the gorgeous venue through the platform Splacer! It’s at: 5 West 28th St. 8th Floor, New York, NY 10001 (between B’Way and 5th)
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