What does the sharing economy have to learn from nature?
11th November 1000 – 1100 GMT – join in the session
The exponential growth of the sharing economy over the past five years has forced governments to rethink legislation and fundamentally rejigged social attitudes towards ownership.
Despite this boom we can question to what extent businesses at the heart of this change contribute to positive systemic change across financial, social and environmental indicators.
An online session to discuss this has been set up as part of the Disruptive Innovation Festival
The session runs from 1000 – 1100 GMT on 11th November – you can join in here
Using the principle that natural systems by definition increase in diversity and resilience with time the outputs from this session will inform how to develop an economy designed to nourish and support urban communities
The Disruptive Innovation Festival is an three weeks of over 200 events curated by @circulareconomy from 7 -25 November. See @thinkdif_ for more details.