Category: Circular Economy

Abundance thinking switches on social enterprise

Geoff Ebbs /4 November, 2019

Visiting professor Jay Friedlander brought his abundance approach to social enterprise at CQ University in Brisbane last night, Monday November 4th. Hosted by Dr Tobias Andreasson of CQU and Emma-Kate Rose of QSEC, Professor Friedlander outlined his Cycle of Abundance and the Social Enterprise bootcamp that he runs. “Many approaches to sustainability have focused on Continue Reading →

The Anti-Shop is in the precinct

Geoff Ebbs /30 July, 2019

Introducing herself as the Anti-Shop, Jacq Driscoll told a Circular Economy meetup in Brisbane’s T.C.Bierne Startup Precinct that her mission is to empower people to make, fix and share stuff, instead of buying new goods. She said that she had worked on the shop floor assisting customers for about three months when she asked the Continue Reading →

Circular economy funding needs oversight, suggests Responsible Wood

Geoff Ebbs /22 June, 2019

With governments funding startups in the social enterprise and circular economy space there is a need to keep an eye on the outcomes being delivered, according to representatives of Responsible Wood. Mark Thomson and Jason Ross have worked with the timber and paper industry to developed agreed frameworks for marking wood-based products as sustainable. As Continue Reading →