Sustainability Forum | Circling Back: The Past, Present and Potential of Ann Arbor’s Circular Economy

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Date(s): Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm
Cost: Free


Event Description

Update – due to the weather today’s session is only being held in a virtual format

Getting to know Ann Arbor’s circular economy, how we can support it, and why optimizing the use of materials, products and services is so vital to reach our sustainability goals. This event will also discuss how the A2Zero Plan supports Ann Arbor’s circular economy, what has been revealed about the functioning of our circular economy through interviews and events, and the potential for the city’s recent millage to support this work. Discussions will highlight how the A2R3 program, a circular economy map, curbside composting, and strategic planning play a role in increasing the lifetime of our valuable resources.

Panelists include:

Jennifer Petosky—Solid Waste Outreach and Compliance Specialist at City of Ann Arbor
Hannah Loftis—Community Sustainability Coordinator at the Ann Arbor Office of Sustainability and Innovations
Samuel McMullen—Co-Founder of Live Zero Waste

For teens & adults. Held in multi-purpose room


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