C&A Foundation and GlobeScan to Host SDG Leadership Forum on Circular Economy


Join us on 12 September for the  SDG Leadership Forum, hosted by C&A Foundation and GlobeScan, on Goal 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production). The forum brings together leading thinkers to discuss how to accelerate the transition to a circular economy inside and outside of the fashion industry.

The online, real-time moderated discussion will bring together a global line-up of guest contributors and leading thinkers representing brands, manufacturers, funders, innovators, academics and NGOs. The aim is to explore ways to scale up the adoption of new business models and fast-track innovation and collaboration at the circular manufacturing level. Together we will brainstorm ideas on how technology, the sharing economy and collaboration can be leveraged more effectively to close the circular consumption loop with consumers.

This is an opportunity to contribute to the global dialogue on the circular economy and make connections with renowned experts and leading thinkers. The event will comprise of two sessions, scheduled to cover different time zones. We will focus on the same topics in both sessions to ensure the event allows for a truly global discussion. 

Session 1: Europe / Asia: 10:00am – 12:00pm UK

Session 2: North America: 11:00am– 1:00pm Eastern

Register for the SDG Leadership Series here and select SDG #12 to ensure you receive updates about this event and details on how to access the live discussion on the day of the forum.

Read more about the SDG Leadership Forum on Goal 12 here

Participating guest contributors include:

  • Erik Bang, H&M Foundation
  • Nikolas Beutin, PwC Europe
  • Raphael Bemporad, BBMG Advertising
  • Guisy Cannone, Fashion Technology Accelerator
  • Anne Mette Christianson, Enact Advisory
  • Jeffrey Hogue, C&A
  • Leslie Johnston, C&A Foundation
  • Douwe Jan Joustra, C&A Foundation
  • Edwin Keh, The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel
  • Katrin Ley, Fashion for Good
  • Peter Majeranowski, Tyton BioSciences
  • Pamela Mar, Fung Group
  • Kevin Moss, World Resources Institute
  • Natasha Parker, Global Action Plan
  • Le Rhea Pepper, Textile Exchange
  • Rick Ridgeway, Patagonia
  • Cyndi Rhoades, Worn Again
  • Arun Sundararajan, NYU Stern School of Business
  • Michael Waass, TerraCycle Inc
  • Tamara Zwart, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute

About GlobeScan

GlobeScan is an insights and strategy consultancy, focused on helping our clients build long-term trusting relationships with their stakeholders. Offering a suite of specialist research and advisory services, we partner with business, NGOs and governmental organizations to meet strategic objectives across reputation, sustainability and purpose.

Established in 1987, GlobeScan has offices in Cape Town, Hong Kong, London, Paris, San Francisco, São Paulo and Toronto, and is a signatory to the UN Global Compact and a Certified B Corporation. www.globescan.com

About the SDG Leadership Series

At GlobeScan, we believe that we need more leadership to inform, inspire and catalyze collective action across different sectors. In response to the challenges and to seize the opportunity that the SDGs present we have launched this SDG Leadership Series as our contribution to help scale engagement and foster more actions around the Global Goals to collectively bring us a step closer to operationalising the SDGs by 2030.

Each SDG Leadership Forum will provide the opportunity for experts and opinion leaders from around the world to come together to discuss and collaborate on each SDG in a real-time moderated online discussion. https://globescan.com/sdg-leadership-series/