Going Circular

Going Circular

  • Richard Dale, Nigel Walk
  • Netherlands
  • 2022
  • 90 min
  • English
Imagine a future where humankind not only survives but flourishes.

Meet 102-year-old inventor Dr. James Lovelock, biomimicry biologist Janine Benyus, engineer and designer Arthur Huang, and financier John Fullerton. These four groundbreaking thinkers have hope for the future. And our planet holds the secret.

The circular economy.

Circularity is an economic system based on the idea that nothing should go to waste. A simple idea that is at the heart of nature and the natural world, but it is far from the way most of us live our lives today. Living this way can save our planet’s resources and save us from the ravages of future climate change.

Based on nature’s universal principles that everything is reused, and nothing goes to waste, the film reveals what can be done to chart a new exciting and truly sustainable course for the future of humans on Earth.

From the clothes we buy to how our houses are built, the amount of waste we produce and the quantity of water we consume, Circularity allows the consumer to take the power back. You have the choice to live this way.

Asia Pacific Premiere

Panel Discussion after screening

Auckland  |  Thu 16 June, The Capitol


L’Rey Karaitiana – a University of Auckland student looking into waste management from a Te Ao Māori perspective

Geraldine Tew – founder of the ReCreators focusing on upcycling – https://therecreators.co.nz/

Host: John Lau

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