Ecocide law and economics

A circular economy is increasingly in focus as one key to a sustainable future. How will law on ecocide at the highest level of the international legal system help boost circular business? Why would promoters of a circular economy support such law?

A webinar on economics and ecocide law based on the report Ecocide law for an Economy within Planetary Boundaries.

Missed the webinar? Never mind, the recording is here.

Panelists: 
Andrew Morlet, CEO of the prestigious Ellen MacArthur Foundation, which promotes a circular economy for the benefit of people, business and the natural world;

Elin Bergman, COO of Cradlenet, a network for businesses and organisations working to become circular;

Jonas Roupé, Strategist at Prosperous Planet and co-author of the report ‘Ecocide Law for an Economy within Planetary Boundaries

Highlights from the report.

A 2-page summary of the report is available here.

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