Tell us your Circular Economy priorities, new job and other updates: February, 2014 Newsletter
Apply for a job, take a quick survey and watch/read Advice for Solving Plastic Pollution
New Job: Online Community Builder
We are searching for our future Online Community Builder.
She/he will be responsible for growing and maintaining an engaged community to enable collaborative learning and create a sense of belonging to a global waste community among its members. Our Online Community Builder will have an important role in our strategy and the opportunity to grow with us.
Read the job description, apply and/or share this with your network to help us find our future colleague.
What are your priorities for a discussion on Circular Economy?
Take this quick 4 minutes survey to tell us your priorities for a discussion on the theme of Circular Economy. It will help us choose the most relevant subjects to you for online discussions during the 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste, starting next week.
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Thanks to our new sponsor
Wheelabrator Technologies Inc.
We’d like to thank Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. for their support and partnership to organize a theme under The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste. We’d also like to thank our seed funder Earth Engineering Center of Columbia University for continuing its support this year by sponsoring a panel. Sponsorships help keep our content free and bridge the waste solutions expertise gap worldwide.
You can support us with your sponsorship at any level. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Advice for Solving Plastic Pollution
Our new video excerpt.
Watch/read and comment on this message of hope about plastic pollution and advice to solve it from Bill Francis (President, Algalita Marine Research Institute), Beth Terry (Author, Plastic Free), and Nicholas Mallos (Ocean Conservancy).
Bill Francis: What I hope to tell people is that we want to convey a message of hope. There are solutions out there. Some are cultural, some are from policy makers, some are from each individual making personal choices and some are… More