'Genuine' Sustainability and the journey towards a Circular Economy
The word ‘sustainable’ has become a washed out idiom, patronising the true meaning of the word. The 21st century needs a framework for ‘genuine’ sustainability and this exists in the principles of the Circular Economy.
Circular Economy principles are being embraced by some of the largest corporations, governments and financial institutions in the world for their ability to create a sensible and realistic framework for business and politics in today's society.
Tim is a skilled consultant eager to work with companies pursuing circular systems within their business. For more information and examples of the circular economy in action, check out the Ellen MaCarthur Foundation.
Tim’s premier passion is the issue of plastic pollution, otherwise known as marine debris.
Plastic pollution is by and large the result of inadequate waste management practices and policies around the world.
The 21st century needs a framework for ‘genuine’ sustainability and this exists in the principles of the Circular Economy.
Sustainable Alternatives to Disposable Products
In an effort to promote alternatives to wasteful and polluting disposable products Tim established ReChusable in 2012.
Since 2011 Tim has personally educated over 50,000 students from over 100 schools around Australia.
Tim lends his support to many projects and campaigns to bring attention to important ocean conservation issues.