Going Circular

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Going Circular Film Screening and Discussion Panel

6.45pm Monday 14 November

Mount Vic Flicks
This film tells the stories of four inspiring thinkers who dare to think beyond the linear ‘take- make- waste’ approach, and highlights some of the ground-breaking innovations that are redesigning our systems for a more circular future. Going Circular offers concrete solutions to encourage us to make circularity part of our everyday life, and to encourage businesses to transition to a circular business model. This film will give you hope and optimism by showing that nature has powerful forces to make the world flourish if you work harmoniously with it.
The discussion afterwards, looking at how we can create a more Circular Economy in the Blue Mountains, will be moderated by Lis Bastian, Senior Lead Blue Mountains City Council’s Planetary Health Initiative.

Youtube preview: https://youtu.be/hK46U9ICJrs

Co-hosted by Resilient Blue Mountains and Blue Mountains City Council’s Planetary Health Initiative.

Bookings essential to Going Circular Discussion Panel

For wheelchair accessible seats please contact the cinema direct.

The Blue Mountains Planetary Health Pluriversity is part of Blue Mountains City Council’s Planetary Health Initiative. Find out more here


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