The Circular Economy Club (CEC) is a global network of individuals and innovators committed to accelerating sustainable business practices worldwide.
Communicating the role it has to play in achieving UN Global Goal 12 on Responsible Consumption and Production, is an important aspect of the work done by CEC. And with its documentary, Closing the Loop, which was released on Earth Day this year, it is striving to spread the key messages far and wide. To maximise the impact the film can make, a global Screening Week event next March encourages anyone to sign up to show the documentary in their city.
The CEC said the “documentary explores five key strategies for achieving circularity – reduce, reuse, recycle, renew and reinvent – by showcasing examples from Europe, Latin America and Africa and featuring insights from experts from the likes of the World Economic Forum and the Universities of Cambridge and Harvard.”
“Join the Circular Economy Club (CEC) global screening week of
#ClosingTheLoop on 4-10 March 2019. Already 22 countries are signed up. Bring the #CircularEconomy documentary to your city,” tweeted documentary presenter, Professor Wayne Visser, who holds the Chair in Sustainable Transformation and is Professor of Integrated Value at Antwerp Management School. He is also Fellow of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.