Design and the Circular Economy

Kennedy, Russell and Kocaturk, Tuba 2019, Design and the Circular Economy, Edited by Barnett, Matthew and Wickham, Brett, Deakin University - Waterfront Campus, 8 Jul. 2019, Geelong, Vic, City of Greater Geelong and Deakin University.

Title Design and the Circular Economy
Creator(s) Kennedy, RussellORCID iD for Kennedy, Russell
Kocaturk, TubaORCID iD for Kocaturk, Tuba
Contributor(s) Barnett, MatthewORCID iD for Barnett, Matthew
Wickham, Brett
Conference, exhibition or event name 2019 Clever and Creative Lecture Series 1) : Design and the Circular Economy
Conference, exhibition or event location Deakin University - Waterfront Campus
Conference, exhibition or event dates 8 Jul. 2019
Partner(s) Tim Ellis, City of Greater Geelong, Economic Development and Events Economy, Investment and Attraction
Publication date 2019
Series 2019 Clever and Creative Lecture Series; Lecture 1
Description of resource 1 x 50 min presentation
Publisher City of Greater Geelong and Deakin University
Place of publication Geelong, Vic
Keyword(s) Design
Research statement This research aligns with Design Mind' and Geelong's UNESCO City of Design brief. The first lecture in the 2019 Deakin Clever and Creative Lecture Series Lecture was given by Alfred Deakin Professor Matthew Barnett, Director, Institute for Frontier Materials and Mr Brett Wickham, Managing Director, ACCIONA Energy Australia who explored the circular economy concept as a key driver of product, service and business innovation, economic growth and sustainable development. A circular economy delivers products and services that are more profitable, improve access to global markets and provide deep environmental benefits. It is an economy where products no longer have a life cycle with a beginning, middle and end but instead add value to the ecosystem by returning to a useful cycle. Professor Jane den Hollander, Deakin University Vice Chancellor, Professor Tuba Kocaturk, Director Deakin DesignMind: International Design & Innovation Platform and Cr Ron Nelson, City of Greater Geelong Councillor hosted the event and guided discussion around how transitioning the circular economy into the mainstream will be one of the biggest creative challenges of our time.
Language eng
Indigenous content off
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative works
ERA Research output type JO4 Original creative work - Other
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