Exploring Victoria's Circular Economy Policy Issue Paper - Workshop

Circular Economy Club Melbourne
Circular Economy Club Melbourne
Public group

AGSE-Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship

50 William St · Hawthorn

How to find us

We are in Room 104 of the AGSE building. First level to your left.

Location image of event venue

What we'll do

Join us for a community workshop where we will be discussing State Government's July issue paper for a circular economy policy for Victoria.
The goals of the night are to raise awareness about the policy, as well as compile a group response to the 8 questions put out for comment.

More about the issue paper:

The format of the event:
18:30 - 18:40
Welcoming and Introduction
18:40 - 19:00
Overview of the Issue Paper
19:00 - 19:20
Roundtable Discussion Part 1
19:00 - 19:30
Presentation on CSIRO's ASPIRE Platform
19:30 - 19:50
Roundtable Discussion Part 2
19:50 - 20:00
20:00 - 20:30
Networking Opportunity

Questions from the paper:
Q1. Is this a useful definition of circular economy? How would you change it?
Q2. Do you think Victoria should pursue a more circular economy? Why or
why not?
Q3. Are there other benefits of a circular economy that should be considered in developing the policy?
Q4. Which parts of the economy, which materials, or which activities should be a priority focus for Victoria’s circular economy policy? Why?
Q5. What issues will the government need to consider or manage in the
shift to a circular economy?
Q6. Would the shift to a circular economy adversely affect your
industry? How could government mitigate these effects?
Q7. How do you think the Victorian Government should measure and report on progress toward a more circular economy?
Q8. What are the most effective actions the government can take to shift Victoria to a circular economy?