Alimentary Systems

Designing the circular economy: Converting waste to energy

Transitioning to a circular economy is imperative if we are to mitigate the impacts of climate change. One approach is to look at our waste holistically and recognise that it is a valuable resource. Processing organic waste more efficiently leads to a vast reduction in GHG emissions, energy efficiency and recovery of nutrients. By treating waste as valuable, we can create a virtuous cycle of improved public health, water quality and reduce dependence on chemical farming inputs.

Join Matthew Jackson and Harmaan Madon and learn about what it takes to build a circular economy. This webinar will be relevant for anyone working in policy, procurement, or sustainability; in council, government, or primary industry.

Learning objectives:

  1. Transition engineering for the built environment
  2. Biomimicry helps engineer more efficient waste systems
  3. Basic principles of the circular economy
  4. How regenerative models address inequity

Alimentary Systems is headquartered in Tāmaki Makaurau.

Harmaan is an EHF Fellow who has been involved with waste to energy projects for five years and is undergoing his certification in Transition Engineering from the University of Canterbury.

Matthew Jackson is an EHF Fellow and Industry Innovation Judge. He is certified from Cognitive Edge in Complex Adaptive Systems Theory. He is one of a few New Zealanders in the esteemed Alumni of Influential U. He is most well known for causing convergence in Aotearoa and collapsing $2.1B of market value through industry disruption.

Harmaan and Matthew met through the Edmund Hillary Fellowship, selected for their work towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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Date

26.10.2021

Time

2:00pm - 3:00pm

Location

Online

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Event Type

Webinar and forum
Circular economy and waste reduction initiative

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