DIF ON DEMAND The Importance of Circular Learning

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  • Add to Calendar 13/11/2017 11:30 13/11/2017 12:30 Europe/London The Importance of Circular Learning - DIF 2017 Online at thinkdif.co Ellen MacArthur Foundation no-reply@ellenmacarthurfoundation.org false DD/MM/YYYY

The Disruptive Innovation Festival is an online festival of ideas that asks the question: what if we could redesign everything? During the DIF, we’ll be asking our speakers to tell us what they think is in store for the future of the economy. While watching you can chip in with your thoughts and questions: sign up for a free My DIF account and ask your question through the discussion forum below the live stream!

What will the future of Circular Economy Education look like?

Senior Lecturer Michele Miller from the University of Exeter's Business School has a candid conversation with Adam Lusby (Adjunct Lecturer Exeter MBA) about the future of circular economy education.

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Michele Miller

Michele Miller has worked in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation since 2010. She has been a significant member of the team that created the world’s first MBA in CE and the first online executive education programme - which has been attended by over 1400 people world-wide to date.  

Prior to working in education, Michele worked as an independent consultant working with national and international organisations on leadership development and change management. She has a great interest in developing countries and was heavily involved with an International charity as Trustee, Chair and then interim CEO for an eight-year period in total.

Now part of a growing CE team at Exeter Business School, Michele is looking forward to developing new programmes and making new partnerships which will progress the critical debate about the circular economy and its place in the new age economy.


Adam Lusby

Adam is an architect by training and came to the circular economy through William McDonough and Michael Braungart’s work, ‘Cradle to Cradle’. He attempts to blend design and complexity economics to shine a light on new solutions that concurrently deliver long term value and positive impact. Adam embraces the 'kiwi ingenuity' that he grew up around and loves peering over the horizon and searching for what's next. He currently advises on circular economy and curates and develops content for the MBA at the University of Exeter's Business School.

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