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vicki lockhart
European team | Sustainability Council co-chair | building a human centric, sustainable built environment 🌱🌎
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Wayne Hubbard 13h
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Wayne Hubbard 13h
Great collaboration panel! Natalia sums up “If you want to go fast you go alone, if you want to go far you go together”
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Think about waste and consumption: it spans materials, time and space. Skyroom London use spare rooftops for affordable urban keyworker housing. Land cost is the issue; unlocking space efficiency is the solution.
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vicki lockhart 12h
Campaign focuses on getting youth in London to rethink what to do with unwanted or wornout clothes. Customisation, removing overproduction, 3Dprint at home... technology can help drive this change.
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vicki lockhart 12h
The on the building need for repair and refurb skills. Love the vision and repair hero concept- extends useful lifespan and passes skills along through the generations. Nominate my dad for his award 🥇 😂
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“Reusable packaging” in the context of fast moving consumer goods is a huge challenge, but are here to help. Plastics need addressing, but the culture of should be our real target.
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vicki lockhart 13h
Majority in the room that own a DSLR camera and admit to using it less than once a month. That means over 353 days on a shelf gathering dust 📷 🙊 can help - making technology accessible to everyone and reducing waste
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Philip Guthrie 17h
"The only way to achieve circularity is through collaboration" Victoria Moorhouse
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vicki lockhart 13h
Key messages for your industry to transition linear > circular? says ‘stop over producing food.’ 🥗 to builtenv: ‘don’t overcomplicate - keep language and messaging simple. Small steps and manageable change that gradually becomes normal.’
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“As a director of regeneration, I’m in charge of a million things I don’t fully understand.” 😂 Humble honesty from Paul Quinn of . Their pilot is about education and bringing all partners along on this journey.
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OpenIDEO Jun 15
Did you know 20,000+ people from 113 countries took part in 's Challenge? Learn more about the community's efforts and 's work in food here:
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vicki lockhart 14h
Across food, consumer goods and built environment - circular approach forces detailed look at resource cycles: produce and use less, increase efficiency, think about full lifetime impacts beyond manufacture & purchase. Shifting behaviours is key.
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Paul Quinn of happy to see such strong engagement from business alongside start up innovators and public sector around . Great topic for driving across sectors, and opportunity in huge.
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Advance London 16h
Collaboration starts now! Exciting discussions are happening at . Local Authorities, SMEs, corporate, public bodies citizens ... all will be needed to achieve a circular transition in London!
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Library of Things 15h
Want to visit our latest site in Crystal Palace & hear about the borrowers, the Thing suppliers, our approach to repair & the business model powering it all? We run tours! Next one: Friday 6th July!
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marianne doczi 15h
Such a practical way to strengthen community life because sharing and leads to sharing and more in our communities
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Startup sharing their powerful vision for lending libraries for items - to reduce consumption and increase skill sharing and social networks in local communities 👍👍👍
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vicki lockhart 17h
Start up now pitching to the room - founder has a PhD in air quality now driving sustainable thermal from surplus feathers. Goes hand in hand with growing e-commerce and for perishables.
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