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Vanessa Timmer WCEF2019: The circular economy and life transitions

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The World Circular Economy Forum presents the world’s best circular economy solutions and gathers together the most recognised experts and decision makers in the field. The event is organised by the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra. Read more: www.wcef2019.com

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Vanessa Timmer WCEF2019: The circular economy and life transitions

  1. 1. Dr. Vanessa Timmer, Executive Director, One Earth Senior Research Fellow, Utrecht University @oneearthweb.org vanessa@oneearthweb.org World Circular Economy Forum - June 2019 - Helsinki Finland Cycles and patterns are opportunities to scale. The Circular Economy and LifeTransitions
  2. 2. Significant ecological impacts Day-to-Day lives: Ivanova et al. (2016) Environmental Impact Assessment of Household Consumption, Journal of Industrial Ecology Akenji et al. (2019) 1.5-Degree Lifestyles:Targets and options for reducing lifestyle carbon footprints
  3. 3. If our day-to-day lives are critical for achieving sustainability – how do we shift our impact? Shifting habits…
  4. 4. Powerful cultural contextsLinked lives Life transitions Dynamic processes of change Life transitions
  5. 5. What constitutes a life well lived? Full Circle Living
  6. 6. A shape that reflects containment, balance, connection and reflection The Circle
  7. 7. How do we thrive interdependent Sustainability and Circular Economy with each other and within nature?
  8. 8. LifeTransitions are opportunities to ask the deep question “Why?” Scale Deep
  9. 9. Applying Full Circle Living to our work #1 Shifting from Consuming to Living
  10. 10. Applying Full Circle Living to our work #2 RedefiningValue
  11. 11. Applying Full Circle Living to our work #3 Engaging Circles of Support
  12. 12. Legacies of lives well-lived are ones where nothing is wasted and everyone is valued. Our Legacies
  13. 13. Dr. Vanessa Timmer, Executive Director, One Earth Senior Research Fellow, Utrecht University @oneearthweb.org vanessa@oneearthweb.org Presentation created in collaboration with One Earth and

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