Resource Revolution marches on to spread best practice

Following a highly successful six-month campaign, the Resource Revolution will build on its momentum with more exclusive research and debate.

Delegates at the Resource Revolution panel debate, held earlier this year

Delegates at the Resource Revolution panel debate, held earlier this year

The programme, geared at ground-level practicalities of making smarter resource management work, will look to examine how such eco-efficiencies can be made more relevant to business, regardless of size or function.

To catch up on the Resource Revolution so far, brought to you by edie and sister title LAWR, all of the key outputs can be found here.

These include our FCC Environment sponsored White Paper 'Closing the loop: risk or reward' which can be downloaded free of charge.

The findings from the White Paper fed into our Thought Leader video interview series, featuring high-level stakeholder viewpoints from all points in the circular economy. These interviews were also sponsored by FCC Environment and can be viewed below:

The Thought Leader perspective - Peter Jones

The Retail perspective - John Lewis Partnership

The Brand Leader perspective - Coca Cola Enterprises

The Local Authority perspective - Somerset Waste Partnership

The Designer perspective - RSA The Great Recovery Project

The Waste Contractor perspective - FCC Environment

The Manufacturer perspective - Unilever

The SME Leader perspective - Commercial Group

All of this learning was brought to a wider audience with our special panel debate, again sponsored by FCC Environment, at a gala event in Central London.

Photos of the panel debate can be viewed here.

The same event also saw the launch of our inaugural Resource Revolution Awards, sponsored by the Carbon Trust.

The award winners can be viewed here.

And photos of the awards ceremony can be viewed here.


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