#SustyTalk: ReLondon’s Lamia Sbiti on how businesses can collaborate for a circular economy
As part of edie's Circular Economy Week, ReLondon's business transformation director Lamia Sbiti joins us on SustyTalk, to discuss how businesses are innovating towards a world without waste despite the challenges of 2022.
With edie readers largely working remotely, this ongoing series of video interviews keeps you connected to the inspirational business leaders who are continuing to drive sustainability and champion climate action from their own homes.
#SustyTalk is all about keeping edie’s loyal readers connected to sustainable business leaders across the world, whilst reminding us all that sustainability and climate action must go on through the current Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.
The series continues during edie’s Circular Economy Week of content (click here for more details), with ReLondon’s business transformation director Lamia Sbiti sitting down for a conversation with edie’s senior reporter Sarah George.
ReLondon is a partnership of the Mayor of London and London’s boroughs to accelerate the transition to a low carbon, circular city through collaboration.This discussion provides an update on the state of play with the adoption of circular business models across London in the current context, mindful of the pandemic and cost of living crisis.
Want to be featured on a future episode of #SustyTalk? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please bear in mind that our interview calendar is typically booked several weeks in advance.
If you want to put another circular economy themed event in your diary this season, ReLondon’s own #CEweek2022 is taking place from 13-17 June. If you’re a business leader, policy maker or innovator, pioneering a circular solution this is a great opportunity to meet like-minded collaborators. To become a partner, host an event or find more information, click here.
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