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Don't miss this exclusive webinar featuring the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the Circular Economy Innovation Lab.

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has been at the forefront of driving global movement towards a circular economy. This especially applies to packaging with their recent report, New Plastics Economy: Catalyzing Action, launched at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in January this year and endorsed by over 40 industry leaders. The research presents three strategies to increase reuse and recycling of plastic packaging to 70%, from today's recycling rate of just 14%.

Join us for this special one-hour webinar featuring: Mats Linder of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, who will share further insights on their action plan to encourage industry to design better packaging, increase recycling rates, and introduce new models for making better use of packaging; and Chris Lindberg of The Natural Step Canada, who will discuss the Circular Economy Innovation Lab's work to bring together leaders from across Ontario to co-design, pilot and test circular economy solutions for printed paper and packaging.

Featured Speakers
Dr. Mats Linder
Project Manager,
New Plastics Economy,


Chris Lindberg
CEIL
Director,

When:
Thursday, April 27, 2017
12:00pm - 1:00pm Eastern
11:00am - 12:00pm Central
9:00am - 10:00am Pacific

Price:
PAC NEXT Members: Free
Contact rmorier@pac.ca for your promo code
Non Members: $49 early bird ends April 17

$99 after April 17

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