This podcast is a three part series about the Circular Economy we worked on with our friends at Dsposal. It’s part of The Disruptive Innovation Festival 2018. Is The Circular Economy a model that can save us from planetary crisis or just a nice idea that will never work?
In this episode we look at the real world examples from some of the UKs biggest retailers. We also find out that Apple have a robot called Daisy that can rip mobile phones apart. But in a good way apparently...
This podcast wouldn’t exist without Tom Passmore and Sophie Walker from Dsposal. Music has been graciously provided by George Fell. Podcast.co make all of this possible thanks to the shiny podcast studio they provide. Thanks to the Disruptive Innovation Festival. I’ve been, and will continue to be, Rebecca Rae-Evans. Thanks also to Paul Jakubowski and Jonny Rae-Evans from the Tech for Good Live team.
You can find a full transcript of this episode on techforgood.live
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