In this episode we learn about the Circular Economy with Elisabeth Graf, a service designer specialising in climate adaptation.
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Issue 016

Interview: Elisabeth Graf on the Circular Economy and sustainable business design.
Video, audio and transcription formats available.

Welcome to a special edition of Designers in Business. This month we focus on a concept that presents a bright future for design, business, and the planet.

For the latest instalment of our new interview series, I sat down with Elisabeth Graf to learn about the Circular Economy and sustainable business design.

Elisabeth is an experienced service design consultant specialising in climate adaptation, and a fellow graduate of the d.MBA. She is also founding IMMA, a collective of experts helping organisations grow their capacity to prepare, manage and recover from disasters and climate change. 
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In this interview we explore how design is central to Circular's success, and the opportunity Circular presents for businesses looking to adapt and thrive under the consequences of climate change. We also discuss...

  • What the Circular Economy is, and why it matters
  • The recognisable brands already starting their Circular journey
  • Practical processes and tools for sustainable design
  • Mindset and communication strategies when working in Climate change

This interview is available in video, audio, or transcription formats.


If you enjoyed this interview, have any thoughts on topics we should cover in future, or want to suggest a guest, please feel free to get in touch or hit reply on this email.


Tom Prior
Curator of Designers in Business

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