Well some people say we are yet to understand or implement circular economics, its a rabbit hole. As a business that has specialised in putting valuable stuff back into circulation for over 28 years with extraordinarily high public, government and business participation rates, Recovery's experience is completely different. We say Tasmanians' inherently understand the language and actions of sustainability; its systemic reform that's been absent.
We have many world first examples - Hill Street Shops that stopped plastic bags use, Eumarrah as waste free super markets, a wonderful variety of re-use designers and makers including Warriors of Cloth, an agricultural sector that is embracing restorative practices leading to market advantage, Wilderness World Heritage Areas of global significance, and of course Tip Shops specialising in re-use.
One of Recovery's key strategic goals is to educate, promote and assist in implementing circular economics in Australia, its a key mission of Recovery TAS Directors including Brad Mashman as recipient of a Churchill Fellowship to study EU circular economics and marketplace in 2019 (please take circular economics tab), and Rena Dare who has 30 years working in business and politics to advance sustainability.
We happily tailor presentations to audience needs and interests, curriculum requirements and abilities, and to travel to you. Or alternatively the Recovery Circular Hub is the perfect location for tours and classes on circular economic theory in the real world context of our day to day operational practice. We can even provide on-the-job training for your workforce and managers.
More broadly, circular economics will assist in transitioning existing workforces from carbon based activities to carbon neutral commercial activities.
If your organisation, business, group etc. is interested in learning about circular economics from a theoretical, strategic, practical and local perspective, then please contact us.
We would like to share our knowledge of the European Union structural reform, and show what the circular economic market place actually looks like from a business and consumer perspective, supported by government fiscal strategy and mechanisms.
We can illuminate paradigm shifts required to commence rethinking processes, and open up our business operating systems to unlock the revolutions from linear thinking and practice, to circular thinking and commercial activities that lead to wealth generation across the triple bottom line; and permanent long term employment under Fair Work National Employment Standards.
We delve into the complex, and arise through order, systems and association, all underpinned by ISO system alignment; and sound economic practice that optimise and enhance social and environmental values and outcomes in the long term.
Please direct enquiries to Brad Mashman - 0409 5611 90.